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    one by one my closest friends have stabbed me in the back and broken my trust in the last year. I only have on friend left who hasn't betrayed me in some way, they are my best friend in the entire world. Only now I feel like I can't talk to them about anything because I'm scared they are going to do the same as everyone else.

    I've been hurt badly in previous relationships so I feel like this has added to the problem. I feel like my trust issues are beginning to take a toll on my mental health, and because I don't trust anyone I have no one to share my problems with or talk to when I'm feeling down. I feel so overwhelmed and I feel like my behaviour is becoming more and more self destructive.

    I need help, how can I learn to trust again?
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    Have you considered checking out the Childline website? They have loads of advice available for people in similar situations.
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    You shouldn't expect anything from anyone so you won't get disappointed if they do something bad like break your trust.
 
 
 
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