Many people I know stop themselves from dating or having relationship because they have an opinion of “I’m not good enough”, “I can’t do it” etc. According to such people opportunities are like cars, there’s always another one coming. I admire this applies to relationships as I see enough broken heart people who committed with the wrong partner because of what they believe they can offer.
You must believe that every second relationship dies due to a low self-esteem (lavt selvværd i parforhold). If your self-esteem is consistently lacking, it can have a negative impact not only on you, but on your romantic relationships as well.
It is understood by researchers that self-esteem can impact your relationship (lavt selvværd i parforhold) satisfaction just as much as it affects your partner’s. When you feel bad about yourself, your insecurities can start to crawl in to the way you act with your consequence that can have a negative impact on both partners.
According to a research in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, “Low self-esteem can pervert perception of your partner”.
In study, with low self-esteem were not only more frighten by their partner’s distortion, but they were also more likely to view their relationship in all good or all bad.
Love yourself for if you don’t, how can you expect anyone else to love you.
Fear of rejection is number one natural concern in self-esteem people. It is a secret, but overwhelming feeling unveiled through extreme helpfulness and kindness toward others.
You can train yourself to have responsive, positive thoughts that will help you fight back against those negative vibes. The more you practice, the more you’ll dig your confidence.
When you come into a relationship with illegal image of yourself, you’re exposing yourself to sustained judgment and self-evaluation. At this point may be your partner criticizes you more than you deserve, but it may also be that you take his/her every word as censure, even when it’s not.
Identity loss is one of the thing which affect low self-esteem people (lavt selvværd i parforhold). It’s not about letting the other person be the provider, not at all. It’s may be a dangerous relationship process in which you allow the other person to completely overtake your identity.