If you've been on GAG long enough you probably notice people saying how unnattracive insecurities are when dating. a few claiming they are deal breakers even.
So should one hide these insecurities from their partner so as not to lose any attraction?
- Yes, you should hide insecurities from your partner10% (6)12% (5)11% (11)Vote
- no, you should not hide them60% (37)62% (25)61% (62)Vote
- It depends on the insecurity30% (19)26% (10)28% (29)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
Maybe hiding insecurities can come off as being unauthentic/not genuine as an overall person. I believe insecurities can't be hidden anyways. The more you spend time with someone, the more they get to know you as an individual.. The more I believe it will assist the relationship, it will only make both people stronger for each other3
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Most Helpful Guy
Having them and being controlled by them are different. If you're insecure about something, they know you are and you still present yourself as a strong individual you're seen as more attractive. If you let them dictate how you feel and act, then that's unattractive. Sucks, but guys have less leeway on things like this than girls. You're supposed to be the emotional strong one and getting into a relationship doesn't mean she agreed for you to vomit your insecurities onto her.
That's not to say she can't support you when you're down or consider your feelings. But if she has to worry about your feelings, she will not respect you as much as her man. That's not something she can control either, because it's an innate attraction3