According to Elite Daily, it’s totally normal to worry about these seven things at the beginning of a new relationship:
- That things won’t work out. Your past certainly does not have to dictate your future.
- That your partner is too good to be true. Ask yourself if your fears are “fears from within” or “fears that are rooted in what is already going on in the relationship.”
- That you aren’t enough. Feeling like your new boo is too amazing to actually be happy with you is another example of a fear that stems from you own self-esteem problems.
- That they’ll leave once they see the “real you.” If seeing you in a less-than-perfect state is really enough to send your new partner running, then tell ’em bye.
- That they don’t really love you. Don’t let the temptation to self-sabotage push someone good for you away.
- That you don’t really love them. This might simply mean that you are going into this partnership with a level head.
- That the relationship might not be what you want. You may be falling under a normal “is the grass greener on the other side” mentality.