7 Ways to Learn Your Insecurities ...

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Insecurities. We all have them don't we? I know that I am insecure about a lot of things, but it's hard to admit some of your insecurities isn't it? Through my own experiences, I've learned the top 7 ways to learn and even conquer your own insecurities.

1. Know Your Fears

Knowing your own fears and admitting them to yourself is hard.

I know that when I was on my journey to find out all of my insecurities, one of the biggest things that I had to face was my own fears.

So ladies, ask yourself, what are some of the biggest fears that you have about yourself?

Is it your body type?

Is it the way you look?

What about your personality?

These are all common fears and insecurities that a lot of women face and once you know your fears, you'll be able to admit them to yourself.

Face Your Fears

Comments:

Kristina
@Anonymous, honestly, the first couple of months should be the best times in your relationship, in my opinion. you guys should still kind of be in that "honeymoon" phase. I guess everyone's different, but that's how it was for me in my relationship and I've been with my boyfriend for over a year now. 5 months really isn't a long time. what's it going to be like in a year from now if you stay together? how often is he going to need space if after only 5 months he wants time apart. Hanging out with his guy friends is one thing, that's important, but if he means space as in "taking a break" i think you should step back and re-evaluate your relationship and ask yourself if this is what you really want.
Anonymous
I get insecure that people won't think I'm smart or right. This occasionally makes me act like a know-it-all or talk way too much. It's a silly insecurity, especially because I was always a top student and people respected me for it. I try to remind myself that I don't always have to hit people over the top with my brains, and that it helps to step back and listen to others too. I probably won't come off as dumb no matter what- no need to act obnoxious. This article was good food for thought.
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