maybe it's because people take advantage of you because you trust them. think about the kind of people they are that hurt you. is it on a regular basis? if your friendship is ba<x>sed on just them taking, consider if the friendship is really worth pursuing.

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Learn how to recognise congruence between feeling or emotion stated, and the manner in which that emotion is being expressed. For instance "No I'm not bored" said by person who looks glum and is fidgeting a lot. This means they're trying to be polite, but lying. You can trust body language, tone of voice, facial ex<x>pressions and actions 99% more accurately than what people say.

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Because you haven't been hurt badly enough to learn your lesson. Not to worry. You'll get there soon enough.

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Because you fear what may happen if you stopped trusting people.

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