Why These 3 Common Fears May Be Killing Your Chances Of Finding True Love
1. Fear of losing yourself in the relationship.
As much as you might want a relationship, if the fear of losing yourself while in a relationship is greater than your desire for a relationship, this fear will win out over and over.
Do you believe that you have to give yourself up to be loved by another? Do you believe that you are not good enough the way you are so that you have to be overly nice and compliant in order for someone to love you? Is this what you've done in your relationships?
Giving yourself up is a prescription for never finding your beloved.
2. Fear of rejection.
Have you been hurt in relationships? Most of us have.
But is avoiding the pain of rejection more important to you than being in a loving, connected relationship?
Relationships can be painful, so until you learn how to manage the possible heartbreak, you might be pushing away the love of your life. Learning how to lovingly manage the loneliness, heartbreak, and helplessness of important relationships are vital to attracting your future life partner.
3. Fear of making a mistake.
Are you too cautious because you are terrified of making a mistake — or making another mistake?
While we all need to be willing to make mistakes to move forward, there are ways of knowing early in a relationship whether this is the right person for you.