That sounds pretty open ended and rightly so. A trusted means of support can be a life partner, boyfriend, parents/siblings, close friends, etc.
To keep up with the hectic pace of MY life I rely on my 'trusted' support team. It changed drastically when I left the comfort of Chicago and moved to a smaller town where I didn't know many people.
Thankfully I quickly made a couple of friends who have been at my side for important times
Others that come close are the small band of friends on the board of a national non profit.
There's NOTHING I can't share with them
In six days one man will return to living with me and we're each others 100% trusted means of support
He's also HIV positive and will need and access services that the SMART ride supports/funds
SMART Ride 9 Rider R. J. Hadley #223