You will definitely feel like you have the upper hand in a relationship with an insecure woman, and a lot of dudes consider that a huge win.But believe me when I tell you it’s like walking through a minefield, and in the best-case scenario, you’ll have more of a sidekick than an actual partner in life. A little is fine and perfectly normal, but you should be able to tell when she’s moving into bunny-boiler territory.It no longer feels like he treasures and cherishes you; it feels like overbearing possessiveness. Here are 15 signs your man is probably one of them (sorry! When he isn't with you, he's sitting at home thinking about you.Suddenly, it seems to take all your energy to assure (and reassure and reassure again) your man that you love him. Or maybe he did have friends and hobbies at one time, but he gave them all up in order to spend every minute with you.2. He's convinced you aren't over your ex, even if you've been divorced/broken up for years and the only feelings you have for him are disappointment, pity, loathing, disgust, and a smidgen of residual hatred.Or — in the worst-case scenario — you’ll wake up one day to find your pecker has been cut off and flushed down the toilet. Like I mentioned, it’s flattering when someone thinks you’re the shit, but don’t believe the hype. Most of us can tell when we’re being flirted with, but an insecure woman assumes every conversation you have with someone of the opposite sex is going to lead to you dumping her for an upgrade, so she always swoops in to intervene.But here’s the thing about insecurity: It can be cured. This is difficult to defend against, because after all, you are a man.You could fly through the air while shouting, It takes time to get to know someone enough to love them and if your new boyfriend is telling you he loves you right off the bat, it should sound warning bells, especially if he pressures you into saying it back to him.4. You're his world, the center of his universe, his reason for living.
No matter how many times you suggest that your boyfriend get some help or talk to someone, he won’t agree unless he truly wants to get better The relationship may fail because of it.You meet someone, go on a fun first date, the sparks fly and you agree to see them again.Soon you’re sleeping at their place more nights than not and suddenly you’re in a committed relationship.You begin to think that maybe he's "the one." But then things head south.His sweet attentiveness turns to overwhelming obsession. He never mentions any friends and doesn't hang out with anyone but you. He doesn't go to the gym, play any sports, take any classes, volunteer or go to church.