Everyone has insecurities that we’ve adopted over time and these are usually based on some undesirable circumstances from our past or criticism that is directed toward us. As people, we tend to internalize the insecurities and silently carry it with us at all times.
It is important to remember that your potential partner’s insecurities may be different to yours. No matter what is discussed you should not ridicule one another, instead, support each other. One of you might have insecurities stemming from failure or great expectation from family or friends, whilst the other may have insecurities to do with their body confidence or self-worth.
Do not be afraid of opening up, be completely honest with yourself and your potential future spouse. These insecurities will become shared insecurities one day that you both will have to work on together.