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  • 10 Things Girls Who Value Their Self-Worth Do Differently In a Relationship


    A poor sense of self-worth is what ends up trapping us in bad relationships. It also sabotages new ones and it leaves you feeling completely broken and devastated every time a relationship ends.

    Having a high self-esteem won’t always guarantee a happy relationship, but it will equip you with the necessary skills to identify the things you truly want, the things you deserve to have, and the courage to just walk away when something falls short. Here’s a list of 10 things women with high self-esteem do differently in their relationships:

    1. A confident girl doesn’t analyze if he likes her- she assumes he does.

    A person with high self-esteem believes that they’re worthy of love. And they won’t ever question how someone else feels about them. They know how competent, good, and lovable they are, and they trust that the right person for them will be able to see this on their own. They never attach their own worth to what a man might think of them.

    And as a result of this, they don’t end up feeling anxious or stressed when a man’s feelings seem unclear. Instead, they just end up assuming he likes them or make themselves capable of being present in the relationship and enjoying it without getting weighed down by doubts and fears.

    2. Confident girls realize that when a relationship falls apart, it’s because it wasn’t right

    And not because they were doing something wrong. Not every couple is a perfect match and sometimes, the only reason behind a breakup might be your incompatibility. This doesn’t make any of you bad or flawed in any way.

    A confident girl won’t take it personally if a guy doesn’t to have a romantic relationship with her. She will realize that it just might not be the right match. And then move on, with her sense of self firmly intact.

    However, if a girl is very insecure, and a guy leaves her, she will spiral. She might start obsessing, analyzing, and replaying every interaction they’ve ever had in an attempt to discover the things she did wrong. – Continue reading on next page