Sort Of.

I want someone to fully understand me, but I don't want to put in the trust to get to that point. I want to know that at least one person would care if I died, but I don't want them to know all of my vices.

I used to know this girl who was my best friend. We'd talk every day, we'd be together all the time, we'd get on our bus together, we were in each other's classes, she was my best friend. I thought she knew everything about me, and I knew everything about her.

I was an idiot when I was younger.

After one year of us being friends, she saw one of her older friends, and I was forgotten.  After that, I stopped trusting people.

So yeah, I'd like for someone to care enough to get to know me, but I doubt that would actually happen. Most people would give up after a while.

Thanks for listening.
TrafalgarLaw TrafalgarLaw
18-21, F
1 Response Dec 4, 2012

Do long as you keep yourself open to making new friends, there'll always be a chance to find a new best friend. At least while you're in school. After that, it becomes near impossible.