Imagine, if you and a friend(we will call this one Billy) got into an argument, and you, oblivious of what to do, reached out to another close friend(we will call this one Fred). Fred, you trust him with all your might, never once has he dis-honed you or regurgitated anything you’ve ever said. He asked for more information, he gives you advice and you thank him with a hug for understanding. Is that wrong? Is it wrong to confide in a person like that? To believe they will purely just keep your words between both of you. Please note that whatever you said about Billy was purely because you were concerned and never meant any of the things you said in a rude, mean, or degrading in any way of form possible.
Sooner than later, Billy fixes the argument and everything is settled.
Unexpectedly, Fred goes on and tell Pat, a mediocre, about what happened with Billy. Pat goes on to inform Billy. Billy comes back to me with hate, with anger asking why would I do such a thing?
I ask you again, is it wrong to confide in a person? Apparently yes.