If you are looking for immediate help please click on an option above.When I was younger I often felt inadequate and “not good enough” to be friends, lovers, or business partners with certain people.Most people don’t do things like breaking-up with someone for no reason at all.
Amelia asked: “I’ve been with my boyfriend for about three months now and he’s great, but I just feel like I’m not good enough for him.
I’m 19, he’s 21, and he’s perfect, but I always feel like I’m being compared to his ex-girlfriend from three years ago, or that I’m just not good for him.
I’d encourage you to let her have her reasons, whatever they may be, and not let it haunt you.
If you are willing to do that, you’ll find yourself learning to be a better, stronger person.
Or maybe her friends are putting pressure on her to end the relationship. She’s probably not telling you her reasons, either to protect herself, or protect you from getting mad or hurt.
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Still, sometimes the not knowing why is more difficult than the actual break-up.Sometimes I simply couldn’t understand what others saw in me. I ended many promising relationships because of my insecurity.In my mind, it felt easier for me to end it before they did.There are always going to be unanswered questions in dating relationships.We will never completely understand the opposite sex, and all the reasons they feel what they feel, and do what they do.You have just as many wonderful qualities as your boyfriend, even if you’re not aware of them right now.I encourage you to read this important blog about How to Respect Yourself.It’s great to respect your bf/gf, but putting them too high on a pedestal puts way too much pressure on them and on the relationship.But the bigger issue is you not feeling good enough for him.When we really love others, we end up feeling a whole lot better about ourselves.Another question I was asked about dating along the same lines is this: Braden asked: DAWSON: The short answer to your question is no.