Honey once again present signs of male insecurity that turns women on. It’s your author Edward Mireku. Let’s get started seven signs of male insecurity that turn women off. There’s definitely a difference between being occasionally insecure and being an insecure person.
An insecure man can come in any package, rich, poor, short, tall, attractive, or otherwise. He’s a man that seeks an unhealthy level of validation and attention from the outside world.
Most insecure men aren’t even aware that they are exhibiting insecure behaviors, and those that are aware are much too ashamed to admit it.
An overly insecure man can easily start to control his partner’s actions, restrict her freedom, and become abusive. With that said, here are sevn signs of male insecurity that turn women off.
Number one, he avoids eye contact. Insecure men have difficulty maintaining eye contact with anyone. The idea of looking someone in the eyes makes them feel extremely uncomfortable, to the point of causing them to sweat and become fidgety in a relationship.
A man who is insecure will avoid confrontation, particularly in an argument or heated discussion. He may also avoid looking at his partner over dinner or during lovemaking.
An insecure man may not feel comfortable looking people in the eyes because of the fear that his insecurities may be detected.
Number two, he gets jealous. An insecure man gets jealous when a woman spends even a little time with her friends, her female friends. He doesn’t like when she meets coworkers after work.
He doesn’t want her to go shopping with her girlfriends, and he forbids her to be friends with any other man. He always complains that a woman is not giving him enough time or priority.
When apart, he is constantly checking up on her via text or phone calls in order to know her whereabouts.
At first, this constant attention can make a woman feel special and wanted, but after some time, this possessiveness will become exasperating when she feels that she can’t do anything with her friends without upsetting him.
Thirdly, he falls in love way too soon. An insecure man tends to confuse his unhealthy attachment as love. He tells a woman that he loves her way too soon in the relationship.
He usually does this in order to make her stay, but it takes time to get to know someone enough to love them.
And if a guy is telling a girl that he loves her right off the bat, it should raise a red flag, especially if he pressures her into saying it back to him.
Number four, he is always seeking validation. Men in a healthy emotional state do not need their partners validation at every step. However, an insecure man always seeks validation. He constantly asks questions such as do you love me?
How much do you love me? Do you find me attractive? Basically, he’s always fishing for compliments and positive affirmations, usually because of the fact that he has low self esteem.
Number five, his mood depends on its partner. It’s normal, and it’s a good thing to be sensitive to the moods of your partner, but with an insecure man, this mood will be totally dependent on his partner.
If a woman is happy and loving toward him, he will be in a good mood. If she’s frazzled, trying to juggle 1000 things and doesn’t have time to constantly assure him that she’s in love with him, he’ll be sad and depressed.
His codependent behavior puts an extraordinary amount of pressure on her to always make sure she’s in a good mood so he doesn’t get down.
Number six, he constantly checks her social media. An insecure guy watches everything a woman posts on social media. Every little thing. And the reason behind it is the fact that he wants to know her every move.
He comments on posts and makes sure everyone sees. And if she posts something he doesn’t like, he’s going to tell her right away.
While most men do interact with their partners on social media if a man is constantly commenting and liking. Everything going through a woman’s friend list and asking her about whom she talks to. It’s definitely a sign that he is insecure.
Number seven, he uses past relationships as a tool. An insecure man tends to think of himself as a victim. He has nothing good to say about his ex partners and maintains the belief.
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