Are Your Insecure Thoughts Ruining Your Relationships?

Are Your Insecure Thoughts Ruining Your Relationships? Do you have some inner demons that speak loudly to you with every relationship you venture in to?

Does self-doubt rule your thoughts on a daily basis and make you feel insecure within your partnerships? Is there something from your past that hasn’t been dealt with and is causing you to feel insecure and unlovable?

If this is the first partnership where you are feeling withdrawn and insecure, then your instincts are warning you that you are dealing with some big red flags. If your partner is talking down to you or is very controlling, this will slowly wear you down and you may not even be aware this is happening.

A relationship is supposed to be a happy and safe place. If you are constantly feeling apprehensive and you are always walking on eggshells around your partner, it is time to reevaluate why you are with this person.

Feeling insecure isn’t something most people want to talk about and many men and women bury these thoughts and hope that their partner doesn’t really notice. The trouble with that is, it is difficult to hide your body language that accompanies self-esteem and confidence levels.

In other words, it’s hard to fake it.

It’s time to take control of this inner turmoil and fix the recurring problem. If this has been a bothersome issue for a long time in most of your relationships, then trying to do this on your own isn’t working. Seeking professional advice is important now.

There is nothing wrong with asking for help, in fact, this shows a strength that you are now ready to move on to a healthier existence. It shows that you KNOW you are worth more than you are giving yourself credit for.

You are owning that something isn’t working in your relationships and needs to be altered. This is the first step to correcting a pattern that has negatively shaped your life for too long. This is a good thing and it is never too late to reinvent yourself to be the best you can possibly be.

Life is full of trials and tribulations which I know only too well. The good news is you are always reaching new heights on this forever learning curve of annoying lessons. The faster we understand what isn’t working for us, the quicker we go up the ladder to reach our highest good.

It is much better to continue evolving than to become stuck in our stagnant ways.

Please watch the video above and leave your comments below! What helped you get past your insecurities?

Thank you!

Sybersue xo ❤

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One comment

  1. It definitely not good to be insecure, but especially not in a relationship, since it can have you always thinking negative thoughts about your partner and have you feeling like you’re not good enough for who you’re with.

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