I Have Trust Issues.
I Was Lied To By A Close Relative Enough Times To Doubt Everything That They Said After A Certain Point.
I Was Close Friends With Someone Who Passed Away A Few Years Ago.
Found Out After The Funeral That She Had Embezzled Over $250,000
And Was Suspected Of Trying To Do It Again.
I Was Shocked…
She Was The Last Person I Would Ever Think Would Do That.
I Have Worked For Companies That Required Me To Sign All Kinds Of Papers Promising Loyalty…
Then Sold Our Teams Contracts To Another Company,
Continuing to work at the same desk, same project, same phone,
but With No Guarantee Of Employment After 6 Months.
'Selling' us to the new company eliminated their obligation to pay
severance and unemployment.
I Was 1 Month Short Of Being Vested For Pension Benefits And
That Company's Matching Benefit On My 401k …
Which Translated Into losing Money.
I Have Trust In My Doctors,
But I’m Wary Of The Times They Try To Push Drugs At Me
For Conditions That I Don’t Yet Really Have.
Over The Years Different Doctors Tried Prescribing
The Popular Drug Of The Moment, With A Free Sample Trial Period,
Complete With Prescription I Could Fill If It Worked.
Thankfully, I’m Not A Hypochondriac.
It Makes You Wonder About People
It Makes You Hesitate
It Makes You Doubt Your Own Judgement
Marvin Salazar knew Krystle Campbell, one of the bombing victims,
and knew Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the bombing suspect.
Marvin's uncle worked in a restaurant near one of the bombing sites.
I wouldn't be surprised if Marvin hesitates in trusting people from now on.