Low esteem dating self sabotage
Their model is supported by lots of studies (including some of mine). Part 1: Regardless of their self esteem, people tend to assume that other people see them in a similar way to how they see themselves.
Relationship behaviors that might mean you have low self-esteem are, coincidentally, common fight starters, and even breakup fuel.For example, if your partner sees you as smarter, more talented, more attractive etc.than how you see yourself, then over time you’ll probably start to see yourself as more of those things.So people with high self esteem, who generally see themselves positively, tend to believe other people see them positively.They typically think that people who don’t know them yet will probably like them and that people who already like them will keep liking them.If you find you do a lot of these behaviors, it might be time to check in with yourself (or your therapist) to see if your self-esteem could use a boost.
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they might be confident about their self worth in the work domain but not in the relationships domain or friendship domain).
Part 2: The reason Part 1 is important is because how people act towards other people depends on how we think others view us.
It impacts what we think we deserve, what we will accept, whether we'll settle, and if we ever even talk to our dream partner in the first place.
I'm always talking about how relationships are a ton of work, but a big part of that work has nothing to do with your partner and everything to do with becoming your best self and dealing with your own issues.
People with low self esteem’s relationships are also less stable (more likely to break up).