Insecure in Love

Insecure in Love

How Anxious Attachment Can Make You Feel Jealous, Needy, and Worried, and What You Can Do About It

By Leslie Becker-Phelps, Ph.D.


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Leslie Becker-Phelps

Have you longed for happiness in your romantic relationships, but always seem to end up frustrated? Perhaps you have tended to feel insecure, worried, or jealous. Or, maybe you just seem to feel perpetually lonely. If these struggles have been a pattern in your life, they probably stem from the way you connect with your current partner; or past partners. While your difficulties have no doubt been emotionally painful, the good news is that you can learn to connect in a different way that can lead you to more fulfilling, happier relationships.


After years of writing blogs and answering readers’ questions and concerns, I have written Insecure in Love to address what I see as a common problem. My book offers research-based insight into the ways people connect; or, in psychological terms, how they “attach” to others. Often, people who struggle with recurrent relationship problems do so because they are “anxiously attached.” They also experience many self-doubts. Insecure In Love provides a path to more secure attachment and greater self-acceptance through compassionate self-awareness, a combination of self-awareness and self-compassion. This ability can help you to develop a more nurturing approach to your relationship with yourself and your partner. You will be more resilient to all personal setbacks, as well as problems in your relationship. And you will finally be able to develop the skills necessary to nurture and maintain a happy, secure relationship.


I wish you well in this journey.

Warm Regards,

Leslie Becker Phelps



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