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Insecurity in relationships

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Compatibility questionnaire: download the questionnaire below to discover how well suited you are [purchase_link id=”36550″ style=”button” color=”” text=”[purchase_link id=”36550″ text=”Buy now” style=”button” color=”orange”] I am currently helping a client who has issues with feeling insecure in relationships. I came across this article and thought I would share it as it is very well written with many wise words of advice: …

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Reactive attachment disorder

Reactive Attachment Disorder is the result of a child not forming a secure attachment to a primary parent or caregiver before the age of five. The lack of an early relationship where the child’s basic needs of food, shelter, warmth, and nurturing aren’t being met causes the child not to be able to form caring, loving relationships with others. Reactive …

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How to reverse emotional detachment

We all tend to put up emotional barriers as we wend our way through life. When we get hurt or are left disappointed by people we care for and trust, the wall gets a little higher. Some people are naturally less emotional than others. For instance, some people are highly analytical and may possess less emotional intelligence than others. I …

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How to change the negative voice in your head

We all have a negative voice that reminds us of our insecurities. It’s intrusive and says things to us like, “You’re not good enough”; “You can’t do it”; “Nobody likes me”, and so on. We all get these intrusive thoughts without exception and they add to our self doubt and diminish our self belief. In fact, that negative voice in …

How to embrace an uncertain future

  How to embrace an uncertain future It’s a harsh reality, but we need to face the idea that no one can give us the exact answers that we need to be successful and happy. We all have different needs and different aspirations. Many of the answers that we are looking for lie within us and can be accessed through …

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The myth of emotional security

Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing. To keep our faces toward change and behave like free spirits in the presence of fate is strength …

Are you in denial?

    Are you in denial? we all deny certain parts of our lives. It is a common defence mechanism which helps us to avoid pain. But what are the consequences of being in denial? Is there something that you are denying or not facing up to? Is your inner wisdom nudging you to face your denial in order to …

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How to Manage Insecurity in Relationships

    Insecurity in Relationships – How to manage it When we enter an intimate relationship we can feel very emotionally vulnerable; especially if we have felt let down or hurt in previous relationships. Will they reject me? Have I done something to upset them? This is just too good to last! Will they let me down? These are the …