" The over-imaginative flyer may even fantasize the sound of the landing gear coming down is an engine falling from the plane.
They scare themselves by assuming what they imagine represents reality. There are ebbs and flows and mood changes, moments of intimacy and closeness and comfortable spaces.
And, the much harder to spot insecure people – those who act out of insecurity to try and cover up. I’m telling you I could spread those lat wings and fly away.
But before I go on, it should be noted that we all have insecurities. Or maybe I’m insecure about my thick layer of fabulous body hair.
As I look at it, there are five different types of insecure people: Those who tackle their insecurities with humor.
Those who wrap themselves in positivity and pretend they have no insecurities.
They'll imagine the bored look on an air steward's face to be barely concealed terror because, "He must know something we don't!
"I'm driving him away, I just know I am," she sniffed. If I don't know exactly where he is I get suspicious. Let's look at this in more depth: When we enter an intimate relationship we can feel very emotionally vulnerable; especially if we have felt let down or hurt in previous relationships. When we become anxious about anything, we start looking for signs of things 'going wrong' (nervous flyers look out for signs that the aircraft is in trouble). But we all need the comforts and support that intimacy can bring us.
"It's just that I love him so much and I can't bear the thought of losing him! These are the typical thoughts and feelings of the chronically insecure partner. And, of course, we usually find what we're looking for, even if it isn't really there at all. So what can you do if insecurity is blighting your relationships?
girl has a little bit of Sarah in them – this composite we’re drawing is simply the most extreme iteration of it.
Here’s the backstory, taken from my experiences with the three girls.