Last Updated: March 16, References Approved. This article has been viewed 1,, times. Have you ever been described as needy or clingy? Do you get so excited about a new friendship or relationship that you bombard the other person with attention, only to find that the person starts to seem distant? If you find yourself wanting to call, text, or e-mail someone a whole lot more than they contact you, you've probably figured out that neediness is a turn-off to most people. See Step 1 to learn how to find the source of your neediness and gain the confidence to tone it down.
How Neediness Destroys Your Love Life
How Neediness Destroys Your Love Life | The Modern Man
Far too often I work with guys that feel like they get walked on in their dating life. They're unsure if the person they like reciprocates those feelings back. Most guys struggle in their dating lives because they choose not to assert themselves in fear of being rejected, or being deemed unmanly for seeming needy. I can relate. I used to date girls that would make me feel insecure.
How To Be Vulnerable Without Being Needy (With Examples)
My friend, the answer to how often should you text a girl you like depends entirely on where in the interaction you currently are. It really turns women off and makes you look desperate. I know this because I had to learn the hard way, by texting a lot of girls.
Because neediness comes from a place of scarcity and conscious vulnerability comes from abundance. I want you to not judge this and have an open mind when reading this blog today. So, vulnerability does not mean that you have to spill all your deepest, darkest secrets. Vulnerability is that one thing that keeps us in connection.