Never let insecurities ruin your happiness in a relationship.
To feel insecure in your relationship is the worst! But if we’re honest with ourselves, we can say, we have our own insecurities.
Insecurity doesn’t look good on anyone. The fact that we struggle with insecurity, especially in relationships, doesn’t make our insecurities pretty at all. In fact, insecurities doesn’t look good on anyone. It appears odd.
In romantic relationships, insecurities are not only unattractive, but they’re also potential connection killers. They burrow into your mind and cause fears in you. These fears change us, and not in a good way.
To learn on how to stop being insecure means identifying what your fears are. What are your fears. Knowing your fears, you can overcome insecurities.
You may have trust issues and become worried that your partner will leave you one day for someone thinner, body build physic, cuter, and/or younger. Or, maybe you worry they’ll leave you for someone richer or they may cheat you or leave you because of tribal/racial differences.
To overcome what causes insecurities in your relationship, see yourself as the priority your partner needs. Give yourself prestige, don’t let inferiority complex possess you.
Live your life and give yourself credits.
Keep in mind that you have a sacred place with your lover, and when you connect to that reality, you’ll realize it’s a space only you can occupy and no other person can.
You will find out that in that space, you are able to give something truly unique to your partner: an emotional, psychological, motivational and physical connection that only you provide. You will become inspiring. You are the bread to their butter.
Accept your importance in their life and recognize that by virtue of occupying this sacred space, you are close enough to see them and give them what they need. Everywhere will just be stewed for you both.
The moment you recognize the power you have in this closeness, your insecurities will quiet down and fade away and you will see your true value in their life.
So instead of feeling insecured in your relationship and letting it injure your affection, why not think on how to spice things up.
C’mon enjoy your relationship to the fullest. Love yourselves. Let there be love.
Only you can do it.