How to say “Trust issues” in Japanese?
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shinyou no mondai
shinyou — trust, reliance, fidelity, honesty (shinjiru means to believe, so you know where that comes from)
no — possessive particle
mondai — problem, issues, (question)
nande kareni kuruma kashite agenai no
Why don’t you lend your car to him?
ma shinyou no mondai dayone
Well, it’s trust issues
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