Episode 85

Insecurities

By  · 

They can make you or break you in love and life, but how do you fight back when they rear their ugly head? Today on Digital Romance Radio, Mike and Nora answer questions from listeners on the topic of insecurities. From issues with her body to insecurities about his education level, listen in as Mike and Nora help listeners overcome and tackle feeling less than par when dating or in relationships.

Has your relationship hit a rough patch? Do you wish you knew how to get that old spark back? Mike Fore’s Text The Romance Back teaches people how to rekindle the flame and keep the romance alive. To learn how to make your partner yearn for you again with just a few strategic text messages, click here: www.texttheromanceback.com.

What Do You Think?

4 Comments | Join the discussion

  • Rosemary Jul 31, 2014 at 9:15 am

    I think you’re off base about the woman with the kid visiting Sarah’s boyfriend. I think the ex-girlfriend is very likely being emotionally manipulative, and doesn’t want the boyfriend to move on emotionally, but wants to keep him hooked on her. Not to say that anything is going on physically. It also sounds like this other woman isn’t doing such great things with her kid. Why isn’t she doing kid oriented activities during the day? It’s one thing to visit an ex boyfriend with your kid every once in a while, but it’s another for it to be frequent. Kids need to be developing at kid appropriate activities, and it sounds like the mom is concentrating more on her social life than the kids. Yes, parents need a social life, but they have a responsibility to do for a child what the child cannot do for his/herself. What kid wants to hang around 2 adults half the day who are flirting with each other? Sarah’s feelings are probably because there is something that is happening and she should pay attention to her instincts.

    The suggestion to have everyone over is a good one.

    Reply
  • Sandy Jul 30, 2014 at 11:05 am

    PSS: We dated for a couple years before we moved in together and one of his girlfriends went as far as stalking me, then harassing me on Facebook sending me messages through fake profiles, etc… The ones I do meet I feel an aura of extreme discomfort. I am socially challenged from my PTSD which came from being in a extremely abusive relationships boyfriends, parents, etc…

    Reply
  • Sandy Jul 30, 2014 at 8:13 am

    Ps I’m 53 and he is 61, we have had extensive conversations on this and he says he doesn’t want me to change.

    Reply
  • Sandy Jul 30, 2014 at 8:08 am

    I am having great insecurities and some of it stems from my PTSD. I have been working on these insecurities. In my last relationship I lived with my son’s dad for about 8 years. Five of them he was sleeping with one of my friends behind my back. I found out when my son was born and she came forward and told me this is my man now and my son’s father ended our relationship. So there goes that theory of them being your friend they have some type of respect for you. This was very painful and I really don’t have many good female friends now because of the trauma. I have trouble trusting women. I too do not like for my new boyfriend, of 2 years, to invite female friends to my house when I’m not there. Because of my PTSD and mistrust of women, I believe my new boyfriend keeps me hidden from his female friends. He always communicates with his female friends on the DL and I know its my fault. I’m sure I’m offending them through non-verbal cues and weird communication ticks. When we were dating I didn’t want to meet many of his women friends because I new I couldn’t cope. I know I’m setting up our relationship for failure. Help?

    Reply

Leave a Comment

Your name will appear above your comment. You may use a “pen name”.