Low Self-Esteem Sabotages Your Love Relationship: Self-Love Maybe the The Antidote.
Low Self-Esteem Sabotages Your Love Relationship
If you can’t see your own worth, you can’t believe a partner will and you will repeatedly suffer from agonizing self-denial or even self-hatred.
If you want to have a good relationship, you have to believe that you deserved to be loved, respected and well-treated.
- With low self-esteem, you feel like you have to strive for a better self so as to keep the love going, which will ultimately make you exhausted.
- With low esteem, you will try overly hard to please your lover at the expense of ignoring the bad signs in the relationship. You don’t have time and energy to observe whether he or she is suitable for you or whether he or she deserved your love or not.
- With low esteem, you are more willing to put up with bad behaviors from your partner. You are more likely to stay in an unhappy, unsatisfactory and even abusive relationship.
- With low esteem, you are more likely to commit yourself to a relationship too early. You are more easily to settle down when someone expresses affection or interest in you.
- You have a difficulty of believing someone truly love you and care about you. Thus, you suppose your significant lover will inevitably leave one day. .You keep telling yourself that “I’m unlovable” relentlessly. Your intense sense of insecurities would wreck your emotions and you will be surrounded by negative questions: How could he love me?
- You have a trusty issue, whether you are conscious of your guardedness or not. You may be hesitant and afraid of allowing yourself to love that much so that you either give up the relationship before you are abandoned. In a sense, you won’t allow yourself to get fully into a relationship in the first place. You are afraid of exposing yourself or your weakness. You are too afraid to get hurt. We are treated in a way that matches our beliefs about ourselves. In a nutshell, low self-esteem sabotages any interpersonal relationships, including friendship.
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