Insecurity in a relationship

@oindy54 (3446)
November 6, 2010 6:07am CST
Insecurity in a relationship is really emotionally disturbing. How do you drive away insecurity in your relationship? Would you blindly trust your partner or feel insecure,jealous and possessive too?
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@silverglint (2001)
• Philippines
9 Nov 10
I believe that if a person has not yet done anything to betray your trust, then he deserves your complete trust. Meaning you will not doubt his loyalty and faithfulness to you. Trust is actually the answer to solve insecurity
• Mauritius
6 Nov 10
It's hard to take away all the insecurity when I know my partner is so good at everything and he's so handsome. I trust him but i can't help the way i get jealous and possessive when a girl approaches.. But well, he understands me and i think that's what a relationship is about, understanding and love ! :)
@sender621 (14956)
• United States
6 Nov 10
Insecurity and jealousy will destroy a relationship quicker than anything else. Havingg confidence in your relationship and trusting your feelings for each other is a big step in the right direction.
@applejoy (145)
• Philippines
6 Nov 10
Good question cause I...myself, can't control my insecurities sometimes but my boyfriend always tell me that there's nothing to be jealous of. On the other hand, it's really hard to control it especially if you know that your man is away and having fun with his friends (includes friends who are girls) which keep you thinking what are they doing. It's hard but you really have to trust cause if you'll continue to be jealous, it will result to small fights which may become bigger and repetitive until you guys end up, breaking one way to drive your insecurity is think the result of your action that if you keep on being like that, you know what will happen.