Now is the time to put yourself in positions where you know that your qualities can shine. For example, are you pretty good at drawing? Why not take a figure drawing class where you can try something new and be reminded of your talents? Are you a good listener? Why not volunteer somewhere and help the less fortunate?
Cultivate gratitude and make a conscious choice to focus on the good. What’s more, if you can take this time to make some changes, you can transform your life in a way that will serve you for the rest of your life! Now is the perfect time to start working on becoming the 2.0 version of yourself. Hit the gym, start working on your physical and mental health, get into yoga and mediation, update your wardrobe, challenge yourself to step out of your comfort zone, and make sure that you keep your independence. Losing yourself in a relationship is one of the easiest ways to fall into insecurity and emotional dependency.
So remember. We are here to help you with whatever you need. Through these articles, our YouTube Channel, and our products, we strive to give you all the tools to help you coach yourself at home. We’ve even created a brand new product on how to conquer insecurity. To download it and to keep detailed tools and concrete actions, just click the link.
To summarize what we’ve gone over today, insecurity usually comes from a deep-rooted lack of self-confidence or a past event that has made it hard for a person to trust in themselves and trust in a relationship. It also goes hand in hand with a sense of emotional dependency, which can be identified by the following indicators:
1. Inability to spend time away from your partner
2. A compulsive need to know where they are, who they’re hanging out with
3. A compulsive need to check their social media activity, and even demand to have your partner’s passwords to their accounts and devices.
4. Generally thinking about your partner to the point of obsession
5. Inability to be happy without your partner
6. Rooting your identity into your partner or relationship
7. Fear of your partner cheating or lying, even if you have no reason to feel this way
8. If you are jealous
9. If you are controlling
10. If your partner asks for space and you are unable to deliver any
The key to conquering insecurity comes from accomplishment. Now is the time to take action and start to make changes to your personal life that will have a positive effect on your relationship with yourself and with your partner. Focus on the things you do well, your quality attributes and traits, and put yourself in a position to let these things shine. Surround yourself with people that make you feel good and limit your interactions with negative people. Always maintain your independence and remember, we are here to help. To work with me or a member of my team, all you have to do is click here. Join the Happily Committed Project and transform your life in a dignified and meaningful way.
I sincerely wish you all the very best in life and love,
Your coach when you’re struggling with insecurity