For sure 100%
It certainly helps, but I feel that with the right person, they can be a big part of the process of finding comfort and/or confidence with yourself. Just doesn't happen very often.
No need to thank me.
Beyond the shadow of a doubt. If you want a stable relationship.
Not necessarily..........but I think you have to truly know what you want from a relationship, know what you can give to a relationship, and then decide when the time is right for you to have that relationship. Good luck ! :-)
For nothing x
I say yes in a relationship or not in one till you are happy with who you are nothing is going to make one happy.
I definitely think so. I learned that lesson the hard way. I went into the relationship with a low self esteem and came out with an even lower self esteem and I realize a lot of that was self inflicted. If you love and accept yourself completely before commiting to someone your less likely to wonder why they chose you or if you're good enough because you'll already know. And if you know your worth you're less likely to stay with a jerk.
I think it certainly helps.
Yes you do otherwise you are expecting your partner to do for you what you need to do for yourself.
Not really. But a good relationship is where a couple can grow, and each person begin to feel more comfortable with themselves too. Maybe being able to be alone is important though
That is a crock of ****, my last relationship before it started I was the same as now, no self esteem because of the innumerable amount of girls calling me ugly, I was perfectly and entirely happy with her, until she dumped me a year later for a different guy.