The more we grapple with insecurities, the more we will lose the ability to believe in our abilities, the more insecure we will be and the more we will ignore how we feel.
But feeling insecure means we will take the love and care that we can, disregard both and then look for more. That’s usually how it works. Looking to others to make us feel secure or looking for a solution from others without us helping ourselves will stop us from working through and fixing our insecurities.
The lessons we ignore as children, because we either don’t understand or we’re not paying attention, stop us from becoming confident adults and can make us feel even more insecure. But no matter how hard it is, it is important we deal with our insecurities.
The nature of insecurities and how they work, means they will take residence in other areas of our lives also, if we don’t deal with them.