To trust someone, you need to understand people. First off, humanity is divided into two very distinct groups. The first is occupied with scholars, football coaches, philanthropist, moms, bowling teams, most spouses and infants. The second group is infested with idiots, morons, trolls, crybabies, politician’s, jerks, lawyers, teens, fools and in-laws. I’m surrounded by both groups. Most times it’s difficult to distinguish one from the other until they open their mouth for the first time. It’s a lot like approaching a strange dog and attempting to pat it’s head, not knowing if it’s going to lick you or gnaw your hand off. But who to trust?? Trust should be like lending out your lawnmower. Make sure you know them well, that they’ve earned the privilege to use your machine and make sure you know where they live! Point is, never trust anyone who always wants what you’ve got. Of course you can’t spend your life not trusting, because that will only make you untrusting to others. It can be a conundrum, because learning to trust is one of life’s most difficult challenges. The people you can trust the most, are usually the ones who don’t require it from you......your loved ones. Teens and chastity belts is another issue.