20 Truths About People Who Are Too Anxious, But Also Too Kind

Never mistaken kindness for weakness.

“The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen,” wrote Elisabeth Kübler-Ross.

Adversity Gives Us Empathy And Kindness – But It Can Also Give Us Unbearable Anxiety.

Here Are 20 Things To Know When You Love Someone Like This:

1. They Have No Problem Apologizing And Admitting Fault.

They mostly struggle with admitting when they have been emotionally afflicted by someone’s actions or words.

2. They Are Deeply Perceptive.

No one is ever able to cover up any emotions, as these people are well perceptive to others. 

3. This Person Is Both A Lover And A Fighter.

They may be vulnerable, but don’t underestimate their ability to be protective of people they love most.

4. They Are Much More Focused On Giving Than On Receiving, Often Attempting To Pour From An Empty Cup.

5. The Way They Choose To Treat You Is Not Conditional On The Way That You Treat Them.

The behavior your partner exhibits is merely a projected reflection of their nature, not on you. 

6. The Worrying Is Constant.

Putting them back into perspective isn’t going to work. It is devoting love and reassurance that will be much more helpful. 

7. They Will Forgive Too Easily And Too Often.

A lot of people take advantage of those who are anxious, as they tend to forgive easily and rather quickly. 

8. Your Anxious And Kind Partner Is Unlikely To Play Power Games.

These people tend to not want any power or materials from you. Instead, they would rather be positive beings.

9. Their Clinginess Comes From A Fear Of Abandonment.

When you tend to their clinginess, they will eventually establish trust in you. If you steer away from it, it gets much worse.

10. They Will Feel Their Emotions Very Deeply – Even When They Come From Another Person’s Pain, And Not Their Own.

Even though it is agonizing for them to bear, they also take in empathy from it. 

11. They May Seem Like They Are Over-Apologizing Sometimes.

Be aware that them over-apologizing is their way of showing sincerity. Trust me, they are very critical of themselves. This means they typically suffer from self-blame and struggle with empathy. 

12. You May Spend Time Talking Your Partner Though Situations That Are Unlikely To Ever Happen.

They are aware that their fears aren’t going to happen, but you being there to talk things through with them is helpful.

13. Your Partner Will Go Far, Far Out Of Their Way Not To Hurt You – Or Anyone Else.

They will neglect their own needs to ensure yours is fulfilled. 

14. They Make Up Their Own Rules And Form Their Own Boundaries.

The “three day rule” has nothing on them, and they will be in contact with you immediately. They won’t even hesitate. 

15. They May Over-Prepare For Unlikely Tragedies.

This is from undergoing a recent event that caused a nightmare for them, so they will ensure it never happens again. 

16. Your Partner’s Paranoia Is Their Defense Mechanism.

They utilize paranoia as a defense mechanism to ensure protection. When they establish trust with you, the paranoia will subside and go away. Although, it may never fade away. 

17. They Will Not Put You Through A Guilt Trip To Gain The Upper Hand.

If you are guilty of something, and they confront you, it means they are very hurt. 

18. Everything Will Be Analyzed Down To The Letter.

When you work around this impulse, it will provide security and safety for them. When you resist, it fuels the fire. 

19. They Are Terrified To Be Hurt Again – But They Won’t Let This Harden Their Heart.

20. They Will Love You Completely, Forever, And Unconditionally.

“When we honestly ask ourselves which person in our lives means the most to us, we often find that it is those who, instead of giving advice, solutions, or cures, have chosen rather to share our pain and touch our wounds with a warm and tender hand.

The friend who can be silent with us in a moment of despair or confusion, who can stay with us in an hour of grief and bereavement, who can tolerate not knowing, not curing, not healing and face with us the reality of our powerlessness, that is a friend who cares,” says Henri J.M. Nouwen.

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