When it comes to love, you want to be with someone who makes you feel secure in your relationship. You don't want to waste time questioning where you stand with them or even if they love you. There are times, however, when even with all of the love and care provided, there can still be ways you're accidentally making your partner feel insecure.
I have fallen victim to being insecure in a relationship. In my last relationship, for example, my significant other failed to include me in his choices or update me on his life. Pretty weird behavior from someone who supposedly loved me, right? The final straw was when he discussed the classes he was taking for his Masters degree on Facebook, but hadn't even told me that he enrolled into school. That specific incident made my insecurities heighten and caused me to question if he really saw a future with me in it since I barely felt included in his present. I don't think his actions were done purposely, but that didn't make the pain hurt any less.
So, whether you're causing the insecurity or you're experiencing it, here are seven things you should take notice of and correct.