Does trust important in a friendship?

Philippines
September 27, 2012 9:21pm CST
Does trust important in a friendship? in every relationship i think their should be a trust.Without trust its nothing, relationship that full of lies. you whats your opinion about it? does relationship without trust last?
6 responses
• Philippines
28 Sep 12
relationship without trust is dangerous. it will never last, and it kills humans life. Trust is very important in very relationship not just in a relationship but also in the people surrounds you :))
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• Philippines
20 Oct 12
Respect is the vital in every relationship (friendship or lovers,etc)..without any respect, trust will not be arise..
• United States
29 Sep 12
Trust is a HUGE part of any type of relationship.. Whether it's between two lovers, husband & wife.. or 2 people who've been friends since 1st grade. There should definitely be trust in every relationship. Without trust, what else is there? You have to be able to trust that person because to me, friendship is something you share with someone that you have things in common with. A friend is someone I think you should be able to confide in if you can't talk to anyone else-family included. I always say a GOOD friend is someone who will always be 100% with you.. Whether the feedback is positive or not.. You just have to be able to take criticism no matter what kind. To me, relationships without trust do not nor cannot last. I'm sorry, it just will NOT work out!
• China
28 Sep 12
i agree with you ,trust is the first for friendship,we can share the secrets which we don't want to tell our family or others,i think it is the meaning of friendship,good luck!
@MoonGypsy (4613)
• United States
28 Sep 12
trust is a very big thing, but people always damn trust. what about earning trust. trust is a gift, not a given.
28 Sep 12
trust is one of the foundations of relationship. without trust, i believe there would also be no love and respect. i don't think relationship without trust will last. nobody wants being lied and betrayed right?