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    clairelouise11
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    how do i reassure insecure boyfriend

    Hi guys

    Just wondering on the best way to reassure my insecure boyfriend that i love him to bits and that he makes me happy.
    I'm not the best person when it comes to communication but even when i say that i love him and am happy i still think that he feels worried that he's not good enough for me.
    Is there anyway to show him that he's the one by doing things as sometimes i think that words just aren't enough.
    Some responses from men would be really cool!

    Thanks a lot.

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    Hello

    Just keep doing what you are doing and let him know that you love him no matter what. Feeling good enough is something he has to work on on his own.

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    Kuhl

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    yes. The only person that can stop the insecure feeling in your boyfriend, is himself. YOu can do all you like, if he's insecure it doesn't matter.

    Best is to re-assure him often, but don't fence yourself in becouse he's feeling vulnerable. Help him to get a bit of self-help therapy??

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    Like they said, just keep doing your thing. Don't just tell him that you love him, SHOW him. Eventually he will start to realize that you are continuously showing him love and support, and his confidence will grow.

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    Yes, keep SHOWING him that you love him, in addition to telling him. Make him feel very loved on a regular basis. And, needless to say, avoid doing hurtful things.

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