Relational anxiety is probably something that you are already struggling with in your day-to-day life, but you don’t know much about it or even realize what is going on. It is a type of anxiety that gets in the way of having a healthy and satisfying bond with another person … If you have relational anxiety it is likely that you feel that your relationships and even with other people, make you unhappy.

If you have relationship anxiety or relationship anxiety, you need to be aware of this. Without a good conscience you will not be able to improve your interpersonal relationships and what is worse, all your relationships will cause you unhappiness and will be short.

You also need to understand the reasons why relationship anxiety occurs and how you can begin to address this problem. It is your responsibility to deal with anxiety and make sure you do not start a family or serious relationship with negative emotions such as fear or lack.

Relationship anxiety

If your parents didn’t provide you with healthy love or you didn’t get the care you needed in your childhood, you may have grown up feeling confused or insecure. Also, if you had parents who had mental health problems or couldn’t meet your needs, chances are you grew up believing that you didn’t deserve love, support, or care.

You would feel insecure or unworthy and this could make it difficult for you to trust people. It is possible that they grew up expecting that others will hurt you or that they will not give you the love you deserve or need, just like your parents did.

These people avoid conflict and distance themselves from the people they love and from whom they should have more intimacy, even though in reality they are eager to have a good relationship with them. This creates frustration and anxiety that will make them have a hard time and feel guilty and unable to maintain a healthy relationship.

How to overcome relational anxiety

Even if you feel disappointed in a person you love and trust, you can get over it and build new healthy and healthy relationships. If who your partner was hurts you, you can go ahead and hold your head high! Follow the tips below to improve your relationship anxiety and even learn how to cultivate happiness in your future relationships.

Accept that you have a problem

If you have relationship anxiety, you will have to admit it, so you can know what you have been putting up with for so long. You will realize that you are not the bad guy in this movie and that you can find strategies to improve the situation.

What is your style of relationship with others

Find out if you are an avoidant, fearful or dependent person and so you can learn. How to face your relationship fears. Mentally go back to your childhood time and remember how your relationship with your mother was. Were you excited to be with her? Did you play with her a lot? Did he take care of you when you were angry, fearful, or sad, or did he punish you for showing natural and human emotions? Write a journal to document these memories and relate them to your present.

test yourself

You have to be brave enough (and you are) to challenge your attachment style by seeking partners, and you should start looking for partners and friends who are emotionally healthy. If you come across people who are toxic or who don’t make you feel good, just stay away from them. They don’t deserve you.

Have time for yourself independently

When you have relational anxiety, you will have to shift your focus from your body, needs, and emotions to the needs, thoughts, and emotions of your partner. You worry about what he / she may think of you or you try not to upset him so that he does not leave you for someone else. This is being emotionally dependent and you shouldn’t stay that way.

To achieve this, learn to spend more time alone independently. Look for support groups that address unhealthy behaviors like codependency and toxic relationships. You will learn a lot and your life will improve enormously.

If you see that you do not improve, then do not rule out the option of looking for a therapist who can help you on this path of improvement in your life. It will be worth it! 

Elle Mcdonald

I am Elle Mcdonald Specializations in Psychology . Graduated in psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2000. Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and psychological treatments with excellent results.

First Level of Master in Clinical Psychology at the Center for Behavioral Therapists (recognized with a scientific-professional nature by the College of Psychologists)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.