5 biggest relationship fears and how to deal with them

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Fears get the best of us and they tend to ruin perfectly good relationships. Everyone has their own story and things that make them insecure and vulnerable. These vulnerabilities are what make you protective about situations that aren’t meant to be a matter of concern.

This is when we need to look in ourselves, to mend our broken souls. What causes abrupt reactions that damage perfectly good relationships? We need to get to the root of our problems, instead of blaming other people for our mistakes and misconceptions.

I am going to discuss the most common relationship fears and how to deal with them, sometimes situations get really bleak and the only option left is self-correction. Once they are identified, we can stop them from causing a hassle in our lives. In case you have a partner with insecurities and fears, you can help them by being extra considerate and avoiding the red zones. The cure to any problem is recognition.

Each insecurity; is followed by a behavioral pattern, which can be very damaging for a relationship. In order to eradicate the dilemma we need to first understand the nature of the problem.

Here is a list of very common fears behaviors related to them and how to deal with them.

  1. The Fear of abandonment               

This is the first and most common fear I see in people. The most common reason is that they had been left or abandoned by people who meant a lot to them. This could have been any person they were previously, attached to.

People with these issues exhibit the following behavior:

  • They get clingy to a point that it gets galling

They tend to get overly clingy, which might be to a point that they might start invading personal space. These people might demand that you share each and every detail of your life with them, which might not be possible. Feeling suffocated is not a healthy sign. Ignoring your partner at this point could lead to make the situation worse. What you need to do is talk to your partner about how their behavior makes you feel. - Continue reading on next page