Our expert says:
I'm trying to avoid that sort of glue ! OK, it sounds as though your life so far has given you good reasons to feel insecure and untrusting, even when things are probably OK. The trouble with being too suspicious is that it's like an over-active car alarm --- if it keeps ringing, you never know when its actually worth getting alarmed.
And you seem to be describing just that sort of over-reaction, unrelated to objective situations. Apparently you have low self-esteem, and appear to be worrying that he couldn't possibly actually want to be with you, so that ANY other woman would be able to attract him away --- untrue, of course, but sincerely felt, I'm sure.
You could benefit from seeing a personal counsellor / therapist, preferably doing CBT< to work on self-esteem and self-sonfidence, and trust issues --- then maybe some joint sessions of couples counseling, to work on aspects of this together.
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