How To Feel Secure in a Relationship

Do you often find yourself feeling anxious and overwhelmed in your relationships? Endlessly thinking about all the ‘what ifs’, worrying about what the other person thinks, and finding it impossible to feel confident in speaking what’s really on your mind?

These are signs that you find it hard to feel secure in yourself while in a relationship.

When you rely on others to make you feel safe, whether by people pleasing or acting on anxious thoughts, you give away your power to create that safety for yourself.

Let me teach you some really practical, simple tools you can use to reduce the overwhelm and come back to safety, so that you can connect with others from a more grounded place.

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Many of us know what it’s like to feel unsafe in our relationships.

Do you often find yourself getting angry and slamming doors, running away to cry alone, or becoming distrustful and suspicious?

Perhaps you people-please to the extent that you ignore your own needs, or push people away before they get too close?

When we feel insecure we get triggered and we’re not fully present anymore. When we’re not present then we can’t be in connection.

If you want connection and safety instead, you need to reverse this. This means creating safety in yourself first of all, by coming back to the here-and-now.

This colourful, illustrated PDF contains many practical, simple tools to help you do just that.

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