As previously stated, I’ll be talking about trust in relationships in this post. The reason why I chose do discuss this topic is because I feel that a lot of times people don’t realise how important it is to put trust and faith on their partners and how equally important it is to keep the trust.
I believe trust is everything in a love relationship. With trust comes respect and is one of the elements that make the foundation of a strong and lasting relationship. Without trust, words mean nothing. I cannot see how a person can be true to his/her words and be sincere in a relationship while at the same time having an affair with someone else. I don’t want to name anybody but I just happen to know a guy who has two girlfriends at the same time. One is currently here in Brunei while the other is in the guy’s home country. I was shocked when I found out about this because the guy seem to be a nice person, heh, turns out I was proven wrong there. I don’t know how the girlfriends would feel if they find out he’s been seeing another girl behind their backs. It’s just horrible. I don’t believe he could give a full attention to either girl because every time he is out there with one of the girls, the other one will always be at the back of his mind.
This is just a brief repose on the subject. I’ve barely covered the tip of the topic and I refuse to spin yarns and yarns of it because I’m sure you guys already get my point: don’t have a relationship with someone with trust issues.
I’m officially on my one-week semester break right now. I’ll be using this one week to finish an essay and one report. I don’t know if I will be able to finish them in time because I definitely have other commitments but hopefully I won’t be too critical. /wink
I’ve compiled a list of books that these people here have recommended me to read. The ones crossed out are those I’ve read. I’m hoping to read them all. If I can’t, know that it is not because I don’t want to, but simply because the opportunity is not there.
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami
The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare
The Promise by Danielle Steel
Bronzed Horseman by Paullina Simons
Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett
Wind by Margaret Mitchell
Little Black Dress by Amy Holman
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
…and books by Cecelia Ahern, Bryce Courtenay
Below are books in my own wishlist. I thought it’d only be fair if I share it with you guys. /glad
The Red Queen by Philippa Gregory
The War of the Jewels: The Later Silmarillion, Part Two by J.R.R. Tolkien and Christopher Tolkien
Slurls: They Called Their Websites What?! by Andy Geldman
Website Owner’s Manual by Paul Boag