Insecurity is something everyone deals with in life, to one degree or another. None of us is completely secure about every single aspect of ourselves, our abilities, or our personalities. However, there are some people who suffer through an enormous burden of insecurity that seems to never leave their side, always lingering about, ready to knock down all of their dreams and ambitions.
There are various kinds of insecurities that a partner in relationship may undergo. It may be regarding the relationship will be as smooth and loving, will be able to keep the interest of the partner alive, will the partner remain in this relationship or may take a liking to someone else and so on. These insecurities can lead to doubt, confusion, low self-image, lack of confidence, over possessiveness. He/ she may pick a fight if the partner does not take any interest in the relationship; spend a lot of time with friends, colleagues, interact freely with opposite sex, keeps secrets etc.
While you are in a relationship, none of the partners must haste to commit to each other. It is preferable to spend adequate time with each other to know what you exactly feel. Making impulsive decisions, ignoring expectation of the partner, makes your partner loneliness and she/he will be trapped later on.
Most people who are insecure will take the blame on themselves if their partner leaves them. That is a problem that may lead to personal issues and even suicide. Insecurity, therefore, not only breeds hate for others but also breeds hate in oneself. At first, insecurity may seem like a minor problem. But even it is a minor problem; it can lead to bigger problems.
Insecurity can only be cured once the person has acknowledged his or her importance in the relationship. If the person learns that a relationship is a two person commitment, then perhaps his security will slowly fade. If not, the insecurity will lead to the destruction of the relationship and perhaps the insecure person himself.