I am intrigued by this question: would you rather be hurt by the one you trust the most or the one you love the most? Love and trust: these two virtues usually go hand in hand, don’t they? You can’t love someone if you don’t trust them.
But I don’t think you love and trust someone on the same level. You can love a person but your trust is not as high. Likewise, you can trust someone with your life, but you don’t love him or her as much. Think of a family or friend or your special someone. Sometimes, you don’t even share your problems with your mom or dad or brothers or sisters, but you choose your best friends, or that one guy/girl.
Does that show that you don’t love your family? Maybe not. It just show that you like to vent your trust towards people who are your age, the people who you think connect with you the most due to the similar backgrounds and experience. You still love your family, you just don’t think they will understand.
Still, if a bickering among friends or break-up happens, it may seem as if you might have given your trust to the wrong party, but will that hurt be as disruptive as being hurt from your family? This is the time when you’ll realise deep down the people who you really trust and love more.