did you type that on a smartphone?
bcz u abrvtd tht so mch it wz nrly incmprhnsbl
do you have a problem trusting people in generally or just him. if just him he has to earn your trust.
may be your involvement in him is much more and on other hand u might be very possessive for him..<br />
this lead for ur loss of trust in him even he is true..<br />
set him free, engage yourself in other thing and everything will be smooth and fine in couple of weeks
He has to earn trust, there must be a reason why you lost trust in him. I tell you something you seem young and don't hold on to a guy that doesn't work you, remember once a cheater always a cheater.
Are you insecure or a control freak?<br />
Without knowing this, I can't possibly be of any assistance and neither can anyone else.<br />
Has he done anything to betray your trust?
OK, he's not trustworthy, get as far away from him as you can, and learn from this that if a person has messed up one relationship, they'll most likely mess up another. Go for someone without any baggage, or stay alone, and I can assure you, after being alone most of my life, it's a lot better than being in a bad relationship.
You need to see someone who can help you with what I see as your problem. If the man hasn't done anything, all of this is in our mind. You seriously need to deal with this behaviour because it's not going to heal itself. You are not crazy, but you do have some security issues and for your own peace of mind, you should seek help.
If you feel unwell, you don't hesitate to see a Doctor. Your mind, your emotions, are a critical part of your health and well being. Just as you'd see a doctor for your physical health, you should be as quick to seek help for your mental health. Do it now, the sooner you start to deal with your problem, the sooner you'll be back to good mental health, and the sooner you'll have some happiness back in your life.,
Maybe his is not trushtworthy
What a conservative thought for a girl with so modern language.