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Although I'm "happy" most of the time w/ my boyfriend, if you've read my previous posts you'll know that I'm very insecure and I make problems for myself in my relationship.

Basically there's NOTHING wrong with my relationship. We've been dating for 8 months and although the past two months have been long distance (with us only seeing each other once a week ), things have been going great. He loves me and does good things for me (ei buy my roses for no reason, drove all the way up to where I go to school on V-day to surprise me), is good with my family and says his fam loves me, etc.. Of course, we do bicker about dumb things. However, I feel insecure and he knows it. I always ask if I'm annoying him, and at the end of most conversations (over the phone) I feel compelled to tell him "sorry" for some reason, because I feel that I've bothered him (and he says none of tha tis true).


I've never been very confident and have always had issues with myself. I don't feel very attractive most of the time, and I have a hard time believing him when he tells me otherwise. I think this has potential of ruining my relationship and making me miserable. I think the majority of my insecurity concerning this relationship is happening because of the distance (i was never like this when he were able to see each other more often). I guess I just want to know how to get over this. I just want to be truely happy and secure with my relationship. I want to believe that I am loved, worthy of loving and a decent person. How do I begin? How do I let go of my insecurities and just open up?

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