Most people confuse vulnerability with insecurity. The difference is simple but crucial. For starters, vulnerability is a fact of life, insecurity isn’t. Protecting yourself from vulnerability makes sense, that’s why you buckle your seat belt, take vitamins, and learn to say no. The problem with insecurity isn’t the seat belt, the vitamin or the assertiveness, it’s the worrisome anticipation of a car accident, illness, or being victimized by others. It’s anticipating what can go wrong in life and then worrying about it. Here's the key: insecurity was learned, it's a habit. Habits, all habits can be broken!