Breaking one’s trust would be even harder if that person turned out to be a parent. When we’re children we never stop to question our parents, or our lives. With all relationships, we assume that what we are told is the way things will be and is what we need to hear.
I don’t believe anyone wittingly sets out to break another person’s trust and that when trust is broken, it’s often not because we don’t care. Unfortunately, we all have things that we deal with. Things that happen in our lives that we wish we could change, but know that we can’t and those things stand in our way.
It may also not be that we’ve done something wrong, but because other people who come into our lives may change the course of our lives and with it the things we’ve worked so hard to build up. Out of embarrassment, rather than the truth be told, we hide what we know is the truth and leave others to pick up the pieces once we’re gone.
That would be a hard pill for anyone to swallow. It doesn’t make what they’ve done right, it just makes it what it is. Breaking ones trust can never be changed on that particular issue.
The only thing we can do is learn to come to terms with it and do the opposite in our own lives, with others in our lives.