Worry About Your Relationship?

by Bob Walsh

A relationship can be a fragile thing – that’s why so many couples break up. But you won’t make your relationship any stronger if you feel constantly insecure about it. In fact, if you’re afraid that your partner will leave you, you’ll probably acting in ways that will make it more likely that your partner will do just that.

Most people become clingy and needy when they are afraid of their partner leaving them. When they do not have trust in their partner, when they think that they are not good enough for their partner, then they start to do the exact wrong thing. And even though they are often aware that they shouldn’t behave that way, they can’t help it.

If that’s you, then you should really take the time to read this article. Because the advice that you can find here has helped many people to change their mental attitude, and establish confidence in their partner and ultimately safe their relationship.

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Maybe you are asking yourself: “Did I do something to upset him*?” And that can cause you to be overly selfconscious and carefull – which makes you… well, boring to be with. Being boring kills attraction, and so being overly timid and tiptoeing around isn’t a good way to behave in a mature relationship that’s meant to last long.

Or maybe your asking yourself: “Why is he even interested in me? Why does he love me? I don’t deserve his love!” Well, if you think that you’ll communicate it to your partner too. And when I say “communicate”, then I don’t mean necessarily in a verbal way – not like actually saying it. But you’ll communicate it through the way you act and talk with your partner.

And long-lasting relationships are always based on mutual respect and equality – if one partner is inferior and another partner is superior, usually something happens that brings the relationship out of balance. Either the partner who feels inferior starts to “rebell” against his partner, or the superior partner starts to “mock” his partner and just lose interest. Neither is something that you want to have happen in your relationship.

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But all the rational thinking and reasoning in the world can’t really help – yes, looking at things from that perspective can be helpful and insightful. But at the same time, it’s so difficult to change the way you feel and act. It’s so difficult to actually do something about your lack of trust in your relationship. Because that fear that it migh break apart, that fear of being left alone, is just nagging and nagging at you. And you just can’t switch it off.

Well, you can’t switch it off if you don’t know where that “switch” is. It’s there, really. It’s on the inside of your subconscious mind. And you can find it with the help of a hypnosis download against insecurity in relationships.

* I use “him” and “her” just to illustrate. There are as many men as there are women who are insecure in their relationships, so this is just a random pick.

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Marc May 9, 2013 at 12:58 am

Now I’m not the one worried about the relationship, I’m on the other end – my girlfriend is worried about it. And it really annoys me. I’m getting tired of reassuring her. I hope this will help her.

Bob Walsh May 9, 2013 at 3:12 pm

Hi Marc,
thanks for your comment. I can understand that it can be tiring to constantly have to reassure your partner. Have a conversation with her about it someday when you’re in a good mood, so that you don’t make this a “negative” topic. Talk open with her, and I really, really suggest you motivate her to try the hypnosis download, it has helped so many people.
Kind regards,
Bob

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