Your insecurity: Moody
You know that you tend to be moody, which you’re aware annoys other, which in turn makes you feel insecure.
Your insecurity: Being possessive
You think people are always going to leave. It’s happened to you in the past and you think it’s going to keep happening which then makes you a little possessive and stubborn.
Your insecurity: What people think of you
You always worry about what people think of you and you let it affect your actions.
Your insecurity: Control Issues
You’ve got control issues – you always want everything to go your way sometimes you go a little over-the-top in trying to make it happen and this can occasionally be annoying for others.
Your insecurity: Overachiever
You are always worrying that you’re not doing everything well enough. You’re an overachiever and you constantly think you’re not worth it or you’re not good enough.
Your insecurity: Overthinking
You are constantly questioning everything you do, you’re your worst critic and you have a lot of self-doubt.
Your insecurity: People won’t like me
You are often worried that people won’t like you, the last thing you’d ever want was to upset someone – especially if it meant that they would dislike you.
Your insecurity: Trust
You find it really hard to trust people and often don’t believe a word people say to you.
Your insecurity: Not getting attention from everyone
You love being the centre of attention, so you hate feeling like you’re being ignored.
Your insecurity: Being wrong
You often worry people will think your dumb so you try to be right ALL the time.
Your insecurity: Showing your feelings
You’re insecure about your sensitivity, you never let people know how you feel deep down.
Your insecurity: Disappointing others
You think you’re always going to disappoint people and don’t think you can make someone truly happy.