Susan Borian

Insecure in Love

You've probably been living with your insecurity for days, months, or even years, and you're so used to it that you can no longer distinguish between perception and reality.

Have you ever heard of the inner voice?

That's right.

We are talking about that damn voice that is rooted in you, and that only affects your reality.

Most people, throughout their lives, develop an inner dialogue with themselves.

This can be of great advantage when used to evaluate important aspects of one's life, to make a decision, or to take courage in the most difficult moments. But when this dialogue leads to devaluing oneself, judging one's own value and identity, it generates negative emotional states of anxiety and depression. It becomes a real limit, sometimes insuperable!How many times do you have to ask yourself:

Do you love me enough?

And that's really the person for me?

What if he abandons me?

Are you cheating on me?

I'm not up to it! I can't be without him/her!

These are just a small part of the questions you probably ask yourself every day.

But the root of the problem is not only the questions you ask yourself but how they affect you.

The point is that in love, insecurity plays a fundamental role and if you are not willing to question that cursed inner voice, you will be destined to be literally devoured by it, endangering your result.

And if there’s a practical way to question that damn voice?

And if there was a way for your insecurity to become your winning weapon?

If you've come this far, it means you're interested in the audiobook.

Get it now!I hope you always feel sure of yourself.

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