Yeah that does make sense. I wonder how to prevent communicating clingy and desperate while being still being eager and excited.
Well if you want I am open to give you tips and pointers.I like to help people that want to improve themselves 😊
Yeah that would be good.
You want them here or in private?
Do you really think most people can’t tell? I think we can feel it if we are over reachingI think it’s mostly usually just a matter of unequal interestI find A person will feel clingy if you are not into them. Rather than a matter of what They do~ except in extreme cases but most people don’t do that.
I really think that there are a lot of people who can't exactly tell when they cross the line precisely.Yes, they understand when they get turned down or ghosted they did something, but it's a bit to late then. Some people just get overexcited, cross lines and only later see (or not) what they did. Also don't forget that there are people who have issues reading social ques and online it is even harder than IRL.
Sounds like something i would like to know too. 😄
I could see that. However, that isn't necessarily true. It could just be a personality trait to be bubbly most of the time in general, like a happy drunk.
Can't you be excited and optimistic without being desperate?
Yes yes you can lol 🤦♀️😊
Okay, actually I guess the definition says 'great need OR desire' so I guess technically excitement = a great desire for, which technically satisfies the definition of 'desperate.'Desperation is defined as 'hopelessness or recklessness' so I guess I satisfy the later. I'm like that with everything though.
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Not if they like you.. then it makes them happy that you are into them
@VIVANT really? I'll remember that. 😛