There is a popular belief that women are more insecure than men when it comes to love and matters of the heart. They are stereotyped as being the weaker sex, clingy, needy and dependent on their partners, and constantly expecting validation from them in order to fulfill their needs of wanting to feel loved.
This narrative, though annoying, does not apply to every woman. Truth be told, some women are insecure, they constantly devalue themselves, and belittle their importance, giving credence to the belief that they are indeed weaker and more insecure.
They constantly need the validation of their partners to feel comfortable, loved, and relevant in their relationship and this should not be the case.
These women ask themselves annoying questions like “Does he still love me?” “Does he still find me attractive?” “Am I good enough?” etc. etc. When will the questioning and feelings of insecurity stop?
If things are so out of sync or seem out of place, all that needs doing is to sit down as a couple and openly discuss your issues. That’s all!
We should be mature enough to express ourselves, instead of going days, months and even years feeling inferior and struggling to mend fences that are broken and irreparable.