trust issues

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I have had bad relationships in the past which makes me not trust someone new. i had been dating this guy for about 2 months and I trust him only to a certain extent. We have had many problems because of trust. He wants me to trust him 100 percent and I feel it is too early to do that. Am I wrong? How is trust suppose to work? He dumped me about 4 days ago because he received a call from his ex girlfriend and I was upset about this. He was traveling to his hometown that same weekend and she had found out about it so she called him. I was upset and since he said I could not trust him he dumped me. I really don't know if he dumped me because of trust or is it that he wanted something with his ex and wanted me out the way so he can do whatever during his vacation time.

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Trust takes time to develop and if you have been hurt in the past it makes sense that it takes you longer. If you get back together with him have an open, calm discussion about your issues. This will solve two problems. You will be opening up to him the way he wants you to and he will also be aware of how sensitive you are and may take more time in letting you become comfortable.

In terms of his breaking up with you, it may just have been as he said. I would give him the benefit of the doubt unless he proves otherwise. Some people do remain friends with their ex-s without hooking up.

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