Really, why do you feel insecure in your relationship?
One of the best ways to understand relationship insecurities is to understand the root cause of the problem.
Insecurity is the root of a lot of issues in relationships.
In many people, these experiences may interfere with their ability to choose good partners; some insecure people may choose partners who make the insecurity worse. If your partner refuses to meet reasonable emotional needs, you can either end the relationship or find other ways to meet your needs, perhaps by taking up a hobby, expanding your circle of friends, or finding fulfillment in your work.In my mind, it felt easier for me to end it before they did.Walking away rather than risking the heartbreak of rejection was how I justified my behavior to myself. But if you find that your love isn’t reciprocated equally, you may end up hurt or feeling insecure about the relationship status.Understanding and dealing with insecurity in a relationship isn’t easy, especially if your partner doesn’t understand you or what you’re going through.
Or — in the worst-case scenario — you’ll wake up one day to find your pecker has been cut off and flushed down the toilet. Like I mentioned, it’s flattering when someone thinks you’re the shit, but don’t believe the hype. Most of us can tell when we’re being flirted with, but an insecure woman assumes every conversation you have with someone of the opposite sex is going to lead to you dumping her for an upgrade, so she always swoops in to intervene.