Never Blame Yourself for Being a Fool in Love
Without full trust, there’s no true intimacy in a relationship. It is a commonplace thing to be a fool in love. That’s what most people do in love relationships. Generally speaking, people can’t be cheated, fooled or betrayed out of foolishness, but out of full trust.
In a sense, people “choose to be fools in love” by giving full trust in intimate relationships because they are unwilling to suspect the ones they are in love with.
People fail to make a correct judgment in a love relationship because they tend to believe everything their significant partner said. We choose to give our full trust to the ones we love. It’s out of a choice.
For people who are decent in character, they are more likely to believe the goodness of human nature. For people who are essentially innocent and pure, they have no darkness in their hearts, they give full trust to anyone.
Conversely, compulsive liars are those who fail to give full trust to their lovers and they never believe in true love or unconditional love but deceptions. Generally, compulsive liars have serious unshakable trust issues. They guard their self-esteem with the ultimate efforts by prioritizing their self-interest.
It’s a wonderful thing to believe the goodness in human beings. Nevertheless, the one who is worthy of your love never betrays your trust.
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