The liability in insecurities.

An insecure person is a person who’s lacking mental or emotional security and they need help and healing. Being in a relationship with an emotional and mentally unstable individual is toxic and let me tell you why. First of all instead of the insecure person fighting their demons, they’ve gotten comfortable with them and this is dangerous because instead of recognizing and dealing with their problem, they’ll see you (the person they’re in a relationship with) or they’ll blame anyone else for their issues instead of holding themselves accountable for their actions or unhappiness. Listen, don’t feel sorry for a person who chooses to live their life negatively because they’ve had negative experiences. We’ve all had negative and still have negative experiences! This doesn’t mean we should allow the negativity to get inside of us and choke the joy and peace out of us and people around us! We have to get over the past. Get over the negative things people have said about you. Get over what the world thinks of you. Get over your past failures and mistakes! Get over it!! Start holding yourself accountable for where you are in life! If you don’t like where you are, change it! If you don’t love yourself, stop getting into these relationships and damaging people who care about you, by making them feel bad about your insecurities! That’s your problem not theirs! Seek God first and allow His love to heal you. Instead of listening to demonic forces tell you that you ain’t nothing or you’ll never be nothing and everyone is out to get you, learn to combat them with the Word of God! When you are in Christ, you are who God says you are! You are powerful, loved and can do all things through Christ. Don’t allow your insecurities to get out of hand, put them in God’s hands. Allow Him to change the way you think and feel so that you can live a life of love, joy and peace despite what you go through. Romans 12:2, “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is–his good, pleasing and perfect will.”

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