if you have to ask, you've never been in a "clingy" relationship. It isn't about how easy you are to please; it's that you have to define borders that should be obvious...then they act offended or think you're hiding something when they realize you actually have them.and as a word of advice... people like that are the most likely to resort to gossip/drama when they don't get their way...
@WildBill6976 Ahh, that doesn't sound like a clingy relationship to me, that sounds like a relationship were the woman is constantly looking for validation in a relationship with someone who she herself isn't sure if she wants to commit to it, and then becomes manipulative in order to secure herself. I would call that a manipulative relationship, not clingy, I usually notice this behavior and end the relationship before it gets beyond sex.My experience in clingy relationships is that the girls generally are really insecure about the relationship as a whole. They text and call persistently, ask constantly if i love them, worry insistently if i'm loosing interest in them and try to find every excuse to accompany me in whatever i am doing no mater how unpleasantness it is. I would say its annoying but i have never ended a relationship for that kind of behavior, it flatters me, its only once it slides into possessiveness or paranoia that it becomes a problem.
Of course. This was just a fun question. For imaging what you would say if you could. Didn't mean to offend anyone. :)
Oh, I see.
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What do you find attractive in that? The attention? Just wondering
Sorta. When it comes to relationships, I'll admit I do love a lot of attention, but not just because of that. A clingy guy would generally be more cuddly and affectionate, and he'd be more needy. One of the best feelings when I'm in a relationship is feeling needed by another person. Know what I mean?
Yeah gotcha. Being needed is the best feeling. But what about being overly possessive? It's that bothersome and intruding?
*isn't that bothersome
Depends. I actually love possessiveness. Belonging to somebody and having someone who belongs to you sounds really cute to me. If it becomes controlling, that's never good, but clingy doesn't always have to mean controlling and overly jealous.
Doesn't it? So, clingy but with specific things and excluding certain things.
No, I don't see it that way. To me, being clingy just means you need a lot of attention. Being clingy isn't the same thing as being controlling, jealous, manipulative, or possessive, but I feel it has a bad connotation that makes it associated with these things.
It's just a fun question. Most people probably won't do it. It's just about thinking in your head "If I could tell him/her, I'd say this"
okay. I dont think it's funny. everyone has issues, we aren't perfect you know?
Sure. Sorry, didn't mean to offend anyone.