how can a friend betray your trust when you need him the most

@niitesh (1655)
India
February 27, 2007 1:50am CST
well this thing happened to me so it's just really a bad feeling when your most trusted friend betrays your trust ?friends is something pious and i worship it but freinds like these spoil it's true value i started a business and got ruined and right now in real bad debts i was trying to pay of my debts by selling of the pcs i had ?had sold one for a good price but thanks to my friend instead of helping me to process the transaction smoothly he gave them some hell of an ideas and thanks to him he did not buy it and now the creditors are after me like hungry wolves all thanks to MY DEAR FRIEND WITH WHOM I HAD SPEND MY CHILDHOOD AND MY BETTER YEAR
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@xelissa (777)
• New Zealand
27 Feb 07
In friendships, there are highs in low, in the highs, you celebrate together and cheer and encourage each other on. In the lows, you support, forgive, and move on. That's how a friendships meant to be made stronger, because you've learned from your mistakes. Maybe you should talk this through with your partner and tell him what he did you thought was wrong, and see where that takes you. Good friends are hard to find, and very few people have friends from child hood so cherish it
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@niitesh (1655)
• India
27 Feb 07
thanks for the advice but do you think he is really worth it i know he is my friends but after what he did to me do you feel that he deserves my friendship
@xelissa (777)
• New Zealand
27 Feb 07
Think of it, if one person out of 2 people did something wrong in the friendship eveytime (which happens to be alot in my cases), then I don't think I would have friends at all. We all have to learn to forgive and move on and take it as a lesson
@Katpet (215)
• Kenya
27 Feb 07
Sorry for what happened. I don't understand why a friend you really trust could do that to you. For all these years you have been friends and he did this to you? Don't worry all will be well. Trust God who is able.
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@niitesh (1655)
• India
27 Feb 07
thanks for your concern
@ashjoe76 (1459)
• India
11 Mar 07
Friends are sup[posed to stand by you when you are in trouble. If they do not stand by you, you can't perhaps blame them in all situations, as they may also have some problems in their lives. But in your case, it is a real breach of trust, when he has acted against you, and you have found it out. Such friends are never your friends. You were mistaken about your friendship, I guess. Now, the best thing you can do is to get rid of him, and start thinking of your future.
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• United States
28 Feb 07
I don't really understand why friends seem to be this way. But for some funny reason they are. And yet they expect us to forgive them for their stupid actions. Seems to me, that your friend wasn't really a true friend to begin with.