Couples: these nicknames that show that your partner needs security

Nicknames sometimes seem banal in a couple, and yet they say a lot about the relationship. Here are a few pieces that show that your partner needs security.

The little romantic nicknames are numerous. Between my cat, my heart Where My Chick, they are present on a daily basis. Love nicknames can say a lot about a relationship. We explain it all to you …

1 / Nicknames for small animals

Lovers love giving each other pet nicknames like my cat, min and, my rabbit Where My Chick. According to specialists, these sweet words would meet a need for security. When you think about it, these love nicknames refer to childhood, cartoons or even stuffed animals. Perhaps these nicknames would subconsciously help us return to childhood and remind us of motherly / fatherly love.

2 / An exaggerated nickname

Love nicknames, a little exaggerated, can be many. Among them are my heart, my angel or my life. If they are sometimes exaggerated, they are also terribly romantic when they come out of the mouth of the beloved. In the beginning of a relationship, it can be a little strange, so be careful. These qualifications do not reflect 100% honesty. But if your relationship is old, these little names would be a sign of great attention and a desire to idealize your other half by hiding his flaws.

3 / My baby, honey

My baby, it’s the nickname that couples use the most. According to some specialists, it will refer to the fourth trimester after birth, corresponding to the period when we were totally dependent on our mother. In a relationship, this nickname would indicate a very strong bond that binds the partners together, just as a baby could be with its mother. Often used by men, it may subconsciously mean that he wants to protect you or even establish his authority.

4 / A sweet nickname

Gourmet nicknames are also available: with sugar, my sweet or my baby. They come directly from the kitchen, but they betray the desire for the meat and reciprocity.

5 / A nickname created for you

Each pair is unique. So it seems natural to create nicknames that are more inventive than each other. They reflect your relationship and may refer to happy memories, milestones or physical quirks. These nicknames indicate genuine tenderness and sincere sympathy. It is also a sign of a healthy relationship as you accept each other as you are and laugh at it together!

6 / A precious nickname

My treasure or my jewel can mean that your partner is unique to you. You can blow your chest out with pleasure!

7 / Simply his first name

There are couples who prefer to play on the card of simplicity and just call each other by their first name. That does not mean there is no love, on the contrary. In the beginning of a relationship, it may be normal to limit oneself to the first name of the loved one, and to maintain this habit during the relationship would mean deep respect. Some psychologists see it as some kind of distance or lack of intimacy.

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Lovers love giving each other pet nicknames like my cat, my duck, my rabbit or my chicken. According to specialists, these sweet words would meet a need for security.

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These loving nicknames refer to childhood, cartoons or even stuffed animals. Perhaps these nicknames would subconsciously help us back to childhood.

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Love nicknames, a little exaggerated, can be many. Among them we find my heart, my angel or even my life. In the beginning of a relationship, it can be a little strange, so be careful. These qualifications do not reflect 100% honesty.

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But if your relationship is old, these little names would be a sign of great attention and a desire to idealize your other half by hiding his flaws.

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My baby is the nickname that couples use the most. According to some specialists, it will refer to the fourth trimester after birth, corresponding to the period when we were totally dependent on our mother.

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This nickname would indicate a very strong bond that binds the partners together that a baby could be with his mother.

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Gourmet nicknames also exist: my sugar, my sweet or even my honey. They come directly from the kitchen, but they betray the desire for the meat and reciprocity.

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Each pair is unique. So it seems natural to create nicknames. They reflect your relationship and may refer to happy memories, milestones or physical quirks.

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These nicknames indicate genuine tenderness and sincere sympathy. It is also a sign of a healthy relationship as you accept each other as you are and laugh at it together!

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My treasure or my jewel can mean that your partner is unique to you. You can blow your chest out with pleasure!

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There are couples who prefer to play on the card of simplicity and just call each other by their first name. In the beginning of a relationship, it may be normal to limit oneself to the first name of the loved one, and to maintain this habit during the relationship would mean deep respect. Some psychologists see it as some kind of distance or lack of intimacy.

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