Ultimately this blatant insecurity led to the end of our relationship.Think about this: Have you completely abandoned your own life, so that you can fully merge with your partners?By continuing to accuse them of cheating, you might be ultimately putting a guilt trip on them to stay with you.
At the surface it may appear to be a simple trust issue, but it might be a lot more than that.
In fact, it could be that you don’t find yourself good enough for your partner, and are scared they’ll find someone better.
Insecurities come in all shapes and sizes — for those single and those who are paired off.
The trouble with insecurities in relationships is that it starts to affect both people in the couple.
It’s only natural that during the “honeymoon” phase of any relationship we want to spend a ton of time with our significant other.
However, if it’s months and months down the road and you feel you can’t do anything without them, it’s likely an insecurity rearing it’s ugly head.
But, ultimately, you have to be secure with yourself and your own worth before entering a relationship, or it will never be successful.
Similarly as to how you might regularly find yourself asking questions about your partner’s ex, those with relationship insecurities are also known to demand a lot of reassurance that the relationship is going well.
If you can’t trust that your partner can be anywhere alone without something happening, it’s time to either revaluate your own insecurities, or the relationship as a whole. I once became so obsessed with a significant other that I would get mad at him if he even considered going anywhere after work without me. Bottom line though — I’d been cheated on by my previous boyfriend, and I wasn’t about to ever let that happen again.