I told my partner my deepest insecurities... we dated for some years but on the sideline I was always insecure about his preference for blondes with tiny frame figure... i know he was with me cause he liked me for me but the other side always made me unconformable...
so I told him my insecurities as I was in thearapy for it too... i thought maybe it might ease up for me buy sharing it with him but in the end he made me breakup with him buy telling me some girls are prettier than me and his preference is prettier than I... it was the truth but damn I didn't expect the stab in the chest...
Most Helpful Guy
I'm going to be the first to say, no, it's not.
You are supposed to love the person for everything they are, and the same to be said vice versa. Part of building a meaningful relationship is letting the other person know everything about you. You shouldn't do it right away, but you should do it.
There is always a chance of being hurt. They wouldn't be so deep if it were otherwise. If someone betrays you with it, there is nothing left to do but pick up yourself and move on. Not to say this is the easiest thing ever, because it's not, but it' what you have to do.4
Most Helpful Girl
I don't think you should share your deepest fears and insecurities with anyone.2