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Yeah, but caring is for your mom or aunty to do. girlfriend is meant to be clingy
Clingy gfs are desperate, caring gfs are in love
It's a thin line - clingy, for some you actually like/love/desire - is the best thing in the world. Caring is a given - and to be honest I like being caring myself, for that special woman.Just caring - again, that's mom's role just as much as a woman's - if you need 'space' it usually means you don't like her enough and want to keep your options open. And that is wrong, because they get disappointed and then abuse any man they can get their hands on (you know how vindictive women are, yes?)
Well I would say while certainly some people can be abusive that’s not the norm.I see a clingy girlfriend as someone who is both desperate and insecure. Because she feels insecure, she doesn’t know her own value and she clings onto her boyfriend because she fears him finding someone else. Likewise she is desperate because if he did leave her she doesn’t believe she could find a new guy, so she will cling to him and not let him out of her sight. Being clingy for these reasons is terrible and not healthy.I chose the word caring as a girlfriend who is both confident and loving towards her boyfriend. Because she knows her own value she is able to let him have space, go do his own thing because she knows he will reconnect with her and that he is loyal, that he appreciates what she brings to the table. Also she is loving as she cares about him and the relationship. She will sacrifice and work towards shared goals not to be clingy but in recognition that together they are kick ass and powerful.A healthy relationship is when both people are openly communicating and both bring value to the partnership. They have shared goals as well as individual goals and to achieve them they spend time together and apart. If he has a clingy girlfriend who isn’t allowing him personal space he will feel trapped and unable to make decisions on his own; that’s not empowering. He should be able to do things with other friends and family and then come back and reconnect with her and fill her in on highlights and lowlights just as she should also have a life fulfilling her needs as a person.
There's no such thing as healthy dude - you either like her and feel her and will do everything, or you're not being true/being a man.If you don't like her, don't fool around with her.If you do - love her PRECISELY for being so clingy (and honest and loyal that comes with clingy)
We will agree to disagree if that’s how you feel. Cheers