Dating someone with low self confidence

Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon to struggle with a poor self-image, and you may find yourself dealing with feelings of doubt, distrust, and even despair.And when you’re constantly bombarded by these negative thoughts and emotions regarding your In many instances, people with self-esteem issues end up settling in their relationship because they mistakenly believe that they don’t deserve any better.You might even have a deep understanding of masculine/feminine sexual polarity and know dating dynamics inside out, but if you don’t feel good about who you are you’ll fall flat time and again. I see this time and again in my dating coaching practice, whereby guys end up in situations and are so unable to process what is happening that they just exit.The situation usually plays out in the form of the man in question getting more and more in touch with his sense of courageousness and beginning to express himself more and more freely and openly with all kinds of women.He then starts interacting with a woman he perceives to be ‘out of his league’ and she just keeps giving him the green light and he can’t comprehend it.In this case the man’s external circumstances just don’t match his internal sense of self-worth, his brain can’t compute what is happening and so he decides he’d better reject himself before the woman rejects him. So he leaves the interaction unexpectedly, much to the woman’s dismay. She can’t help but ponder why he would leave like that and he can’t understand that it’s actually possible for him to be that attractive!

Specifically, when you think that your relationship is going to fail, you’re actually laying the foundation for this outcome to occur.

Specifically, it’s time to put an end to negative self-talk and refrain from comparing yourself to others.

In addition, you can start off each day by writing down one thing that you like about yourself, as this simple exercise can help you recognize just how much you have to offer—you’re definitely worth it.

For instance, because of your insecurities, you may find yourself constantly asking your partner if he or she is still interested in you and/or if you’re actually lovable.

However, these questions will do little to convince him or her, as well as yourself, that you’re good enough, and they can even cause your partner to question his or her true feelings for you.

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