BY Louise Jackson
For a while, your beau might take priority. But confident people never make the mistake of building their world around just one person.
It is natural. And it’s even more natural that we look for it in our closest connections. But the overwhelming majority of your self-esteem has to come from within.
Confident people give off an aura of high value and status. Their inner strength and self-esteem are incredibly attractive.
Confident people in relationships don’t get weighed down with feelings of inferiority. And not because they’re perfect specimens.
Confident people know that a healthy relationship occasionally requires sacrifice. But that should go both ways.
Confident people are less likely to fall foul of manipulation. Because they can fall back on their strong foundations of self-respect and self-esteem.
They respect themselves, their partner, and even their relationship too much to simply bury issues.
Their confidence allows them to create more trusting connections, that aren’t plagued with suspicion.
Their confidence gives them the resilience and determination to seek what they truly deserve rather than settle for anything less.
They don’t set themselves up for the inevitable disappointment of hoping their partner will make everything better for them.