And don't lie and say you don't have one. This question is for brutal honesty. What is it that you hide most about yourself? All the time? It could be about looks or your job or maybe even an eating disorder or depression or the fact that you can't be in a good relationship or maybe you have a dark past. What is your biggest insecurity?
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i have many problems with my life right now, including medically, but, i think the biggest insecurity i have right now is the fact that im 27 and jobless. I've had jobs, but, at this stage in my life i should have a degree and thinking about a career or at least be working a steady job. instead, im still in school, and sitting at home, trying to recuperate from a major surgery i had back in march0
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I am very easily jealous. I have had my trust betrayed a lot before with many different people - A "best friend" of 10 years, other people who I thought were my friends, certain family members, teachers who have lied to me and even closer family members like my mum and dad have betrayed my trust - My Mum read my diary when I was 12 or 13, tells my friends things I ask her not to, doesn't listen to what I say about certain foods making me feel ill and if I do/say something embarrassing, she finds it funny to tell everyone.
My dad once humiliated me in front of his friends because he thought it'd be funny too (even though he knows I have mental issues), he quickly came upstairs and apologized to me when I got upset though.
I have had friends replace me and the first guy I ever dated, back last year would tell me he loved me, get nervous around me, told me he loved me from the day he met me and was going to tell me then (though I found that a bit OTT), hold my hand and hug and kiss me in public, contact me all the time and once when I got jealous that he paid more attention to my friend than me (and I had reason to be worried due to a conversation we'd had 2 days prior), he reassured me if he liked her, he wouldn't hug and kiss me in front of her, I was the most beautiful girl he'd ever seen, and I'd helped with his depression, he hadn't been this happy in ages so why on earth would he leave me?
Know how that relationship ended? He cheated on me with his "friend" he'd talk to on Skype a lot.
I don't think my current boyfriend seems the kind to cheat but I worry he will like someone more but not break up with me because of it and so I am stuck being 2nd best with him. I need constant reassurance -
Every time he mentions another girl even if it's random, every time I see him like a woman's page, every time I see a girl he's friends with on fb, every time I think about him starting college and all the girls there.. I think he likes or will like them more than me. I feel like I'm never good enough for anyone, there are so many other prettier and nicer girls without anger and mental issues like mine. They're just better. He'll like them more and it's difficult to convince myself otherwise. I'll be replaced.
I feel horrible when I think like that, I feel angry and upset and want to hurt myself. I get nightmares about it too and had one last night.
It doesn't help when people shame me for being jealous either. I just feel misunderstood. I need help.