Dating a man with trust issues
Love is pretty predictable to start with, isn’t it?There are just two paths you can take when you enter a romantic relationship and get past the infatuation stage. Or you can find yourself frustrated and heartbroken.Trust issues in a relationship can lead to depressions and intense frustrations.And the more frustrated you get, the harder you’d try to cling on to your partner in the fear of losing them completely, which can make you a clingy and controlling lover *and there’s nothing worse than that*. They’ve cheated on someone in an earlier relationship / You’ve cheated on someone and *knowing how easy it is to cheat* you assume your partner may be cheating behind your back too.And likewise, it’s your responsibility to help your lover understand you and trust you when they feel threatened.[Read: How to build trust in a relationship and make it stronger] Even in a happy relationship that’s stood the test of time for several years, trust issues could crop up out of nowhere, especially when an attractive new friend or secrecy enters the romance.[Read: 7 signs of a relationship that’s just starting to go bad] Insecurity and trust issues You may love your partner a lot, but if you don’t trust them, you can never truly feel secure in the relationship.You’d always be wary about everything they do, and you’d always doubt their love for you.
When both of you trust each other completely and understand each other, it prevents insecurities and frustrations from ever cropping up.
And the more insecure you feel, the more you’d doubt your lover.
It’s a vicious circle that’ll leave both of you hurt, bitter and angry.
[Read: The 9 stages of love you experience in every relationship] Luckily though, it only takes a few months for your mind to realize which path you’re taking in love, the good or the bad one.
And even if you’re frustrated with your current love life, it doesn’t necessarily have to mean it’s the end of the relationship.