How to Fix a Relationship After Being Clingy or Needy?

***You cannot be lonely if you like the person you’re alone with.*** ∼ Dr. Wayne Dyer

When Ben first saw Tara from across the room he was mesmerized. She was the most beautiful woman he’d ever seen and he could not keep his eyes off her.

He finally worked up the courage to approach her and they started chatting.

By the end of the evening, he invited her to dinner the following night. He was actually shocked when she accepted; she seemed WAY out of his league!

After two months of dating, he absolutely adored her, but then she told him she didn’t think it was working out between them.

He couldn’t believe it. What was the problem? He thought things were going great. He asked, “But, why?”

Then she said the words every man hates to hear: “You’re just too needy.”

He was devastated.

Are you going through a breakup where you’ve been the needy one? Are you wondering if it’s even possible to get your ex-girlfriend back after she’s told you that you’re too clingy?The good news is: YES! But you’d better be prepared to work for it!

Am I Too Clingy to My Girlfriend?

People often assume that women are always the ones who are too clingy in relationships and during break-ups, but this is simply not true.

When a man exhibits needy behavior with a woman, she will often initiate the break-up because she’s turned off. Has this happened to you?

Men and women’s needy behavior can look very different. Sometimes men are shocked and simply didn’t see it coming. It’s very important to understand what neediness looks like so you can begin to understand what behaviors you need to change to get back the woman you love.

Characteristics of a Needy Person

What exactly does it mean to be needy? The definition is: Wanting or needing affection, attention, or reassurance, especially to an excessive degree.

Neediness is a form of approval seeking. It shifts power to the other person and diminishes your own. When you are needy, you want your partner to reassure you that you’re okay, that you’re doing everything right, and that you have their approval.

Neediness is also an attention-seeking behavior. You want so badly to be the object of someone’s attention and love. However, when it moves to an obsessive level where it is constantly solicited, it becomes off-putting and annoying. Needing constant attention from your partner is not attractive.

But the good news is, you can effectively change your behavior and win her back. How?

If you’re interested in rekindling that chemistry with “The Special One”…

And if you want to force her to feel that ATTRACTION and DESIRE for you again…

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