Is love more important than trust in a relationship?

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    I think a relationship needs to have both love and trust. Without trust, it is very difficult to love someone. It is very sad to see that inspite of love for each other, two people do not trust each other in a relationship. Many relationships fall apart due to lack of trust. To think of it, I guess trust is a bit more important than love. We must learn to trust others. Not many of us can others easily. You cannot practice love but one can definitely practice trust… by saying so, all I mean is that you can fall in and fall out of love by itself but you can decide to trust someone and practice faith. It is true that you may love someone without any conditions of trust or anything else but it won’t last long if you fall prey to suspicions.

    #987648
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    [i]Originally posted by SrossPisey[/i]
    I think a relationship needs to have both love and trust. Without trust, it is very difficult to love someone. It is very sad to see that inspite of love for each other, two people do not trust each other in a relationship. Many relationships fall apart due to lack of trust. To think of it, I guess trust is a bit more important than love. We must learn to trust others. Not many of us can others easily. You cannot practice love but one can definitely practice trust… by saying so, all I mean is that you can fall in and fall out of love by itself but you can decide to trust someone and practice faith. It is true that you may love someone without any conditions of trust or anything else but it won’t last long if you fall prey to suspicions.

    #987650
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    I think ppl who love without trust tend to be desperate…that’s not love. Take the feeling of being desperate and I doubt they be in love. I think love is rooted from trust. Without trust, there is no love.

    #987651
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    I am a still a novice in love. I need a tutor. ;) Waiting for offer.

    [i]Originally posted by SrossPisey[/i]
    I think a relationship needs to have both love and trust. Without trust, it is very difficult to love someone. It is very sad to see that inspite of love for each other, two people do not trust each other in a relationship. Many relationships fall apart due to lack of trust. To think of it, I guess trust is a bit more important than love. We must learn to trust others. Not many of us can others easily. You cannot practice love but one can definitely practice trust… by saying so, all I mean is that you can fall in and fall out of love by itself but you can decide to trust someone and practice faith. It is true that you may love someone without any conditions of trust or anything else but it won’t last long if you fall prey to suspicions.

    [Message last modified 01-02-2006 12:27am by CheerleaderMan]

    #987653
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    Tutor in what subject?

    [i]Originally posted by CheerleaderMan[/i]
    I am a still a novice in love. I need a tutor. ;) Waiting for offer.
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    [i]Originally posted by SrossPisey[/i]
    I think a relationship needs to have both love and trust. Without trust, it is very difficult to love someone. It is very sad to see that inspite of love for each other, two people do not trust each other in a relationship. Many relationships fall apart due to lack of trust. To think of it, I guess trust is a bit more important than love. We must learn to trust others. Not many of us can others easily. You cannot practice love but one can definitely practice trust… by saying so, all I mean is that you can fall in and fall out of love by itself but you can decide to trust someone and practice faith. It is true that you may love someone without any conditions of trust or anything else but it won’t last long if you fall prey to suspicions.

    [Message last modified 01-02-2006 12:27am by CheerleaderMan][/quote]

    #987655
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    In the subject you were lecturing about. hahaha

    [i]Originally posted by SrossPisey[/i]
    Tutor in what subject?

    #987657
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    [i]Originally posted by CheerleaderMan[/i]
    In the subject you were lecturing about. hahaha
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    [i]Originally posted by SrossPisey[/i]
    Tutor in what subject?

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    #987659
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    very TRUE…love is actually nothing..if there’s no TRUST inlove!

    [i]Originally posted by SrossPisey[/i]
    I think a relationship needs to have both love and trust. Without trust, it is very difficult to love someone. It is very sad to see that inspite of love for each other, two people do not trust each other in a relationship. Many relationships fall apart due to lack of trust. To think of it, I guess trust is a bit more important than love. We must learn to trust others. Not many of us can others easily. You cannot practice love but one can definitely practice trust… by saying so, all I mean is that you can fall in and fall out of love by itself but you can decide to trust someone and practice faith. It is true that you may love someone without any conditions of trust or anything else but it won’t last long if you fall prey to suspicions.

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #987661
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    The thing I like about relationships is that experience doesn’t mean that one is more knowledgeable about it. It often mean the exact opposite, they don’t know squat. Very common for virgin couples who hardly dated to have very strong relationships, yet the ones who been dating since they were teens or many times don’t know anything. If they were smart about it, they wouldn’t have the need to constantly date.

    [i]Originally posted by CheerleaderMan[/i]
    I am a still a novice in love. I need a tutor. ;) Waiting for offer.

    #987663
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    RotaryBoy
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    trust is important in any relationship, not just between g/f-b/f wife -husband type relationship.

    without trust you can’t even start any relationship..unless u are talking about the relationship when you know the person is out to screw you over.

    how can you love someone you can’t trust.
    I think it’s more of an attachment rather than love.

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