Insecurity in dating relationship
In this week’s Love Essentially, published yesterday in Chicago Tribune Pioneer Press, I give tips for coping with jealousy and insecurity. Because the relationship seems so perfect, and because they feel they have a lot to lose should things end, it’s natural for people to experience fear and vulnerability in serious relationships.Two Words That Will Surely Ruin Your Amazing Romantic Relationship by Jackie Pilossoph It’s every girl’s definition of bliss. While these emotions are understandable – even healthy, they can unleash two things that lurk at the edges of every relationship: jealousy and insecurity.This is just an attempt to control the relationship, and by extension, you.She’s making all the decisions in an effort to limit your options.No one wants to be “that girl…” the jealous, insecure psycho that gets upset if her boyfriend even glances at another woman.
Haven’t you ever seen a gorgeous man walking down the street and stopped to check him out? Additionally, she is a Huffington Post contributor.Here are four things you can do to minimize jealousy and insecurity in your relationship: 1. Staying in shape is great for both physical and mental health. Looking well groomed and put together not only makes it obvious that you care, but when you feel pretty, you give off a confident and self-assured attitude that doesn’t happen when you’re wearing yoga pants and your hair is in a ponytail. And when you love who you are, others love you too. What if he gets back together with his ex-girlfriend? Also, there is nothing sexier to both men and women than self-assurance, confidence, seeing that your spouse has faith in you and the relationship, and not wavering.Countless benefits of hitting the gym and the juice bar include improved sleep, minimizing mood swings, weight loss, improved immune system, cardiovascular health and better self-confidence. Have the confidence and belief that things with the two of you will work out. Dealing with jealousy and insecurity isn’t easy…Click here to read the rest of the column, published yesterday in Chicago Tribune Pioneer Press! Jackie Pilossoph is the creator and Editor-In-Chief of Divorced Girl Smiling.Sometimes we’re too busy to answer right away, and then we forget.She’ll make you feel like you just left your baby in the grocery store.