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Insecurities can keep you consumed in worrisome questions: Whether your partner loves you? Whether they are cheating or betraying you in some other way. Insecurities in a relationship can sabotage potential happiness and be very destructive. They can cause some of the biggest relationship mistakes.

When one partner persistently feels insecure, both the partners suffer as a consequence. And sadly, it can lead to a vicious cycle of suspicions, complaints and reassurances that will drain all the positive energy and lead to a toxic and unbalanced relationship.

Here are ways you can prevent insecurities:

It is not all about you

Having an egocentric worldview can easily be the reason behind your missing the actual point. For example, if your partner is not in the mood to go out, don’t be quick to judge that it is because of you. It could simply be because of a bad day at work; the possibilities are endless.

Stop psycho-analysing every word and action of your partner, and try to be more present in the moment so that you can perceive the actual conveyed message. Obsessing over reading in between the lines will lead you astray.

Don’t rebuke your partner for being too quiet. A profuse hankering to fill every second of silence with words with needless words is a habit of an insecure person. You should rather enjoy the silence together and manifest true inner peace this way.

Stop psyching yourself out

Your thoughts can either be creative or destructive for your relationship. The nature of your thoughts has a direct impact on the nature of your relationship.

There are a variety of negative thoughts that can cross an insecure mind; questioning self-worth and deeming oneself not worthy of any love. These thoughts have little to do with reality and a lot to do with fear. In other words, you invent the problem at hand, and it does not exist in reality. So, you should always tell yourself that you are in full control, and the issues are only a fragment of your imagination.

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