As we open ourselves up to another person, we leave ourselves vulnerable to rejection and abandonment, thus fueling some of our deepest insecurities. For many, especially those who have experienced childhood trauma or unstable familial relationships, such insecurities can lead to self-sabotaging behavior.
Although you may wish to be more open with someone, a part of you feels scared and therefore the protection part in you subconsciously kicks in and you may push that person away. Your pattern maybe to get so close and then find every excuse to end the relationship or to run away from it.
Fortunately, we have a choice. We can allow ourselves to be flooded with the pain of the past and risk engaging in self-sabotaging behavior, or we can choose to see relationships as opportunities to work on ourselves by repairing old wounds.
With Professional Matcher, we work with you to clear your mind and accept that you are worthy and deserving of a lasting and meaningful relationship.