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    Clinginess in Relationships

    Let's talk about clinginess. There's two sides of the story:

    Here's Why Being Clingy Is the Worst Relationship Mistake

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    Why It’s Totally Okay To Be Clingy In Relationships

    People Reveal Why They Like Dating Someone Who Is Clingy

    Which are you? How clingy are you in relationships? Are you the type that likes to stick to them like glue or are you the type that likes to have your break and space? Do you have (or have you ever had) a clingy partner and do you like it or does it get on your nerves? How much clinginess is healthy in relationships and how much space is too much space?

    Here's some signs of clinginess:

    - you want to be with them 24/7
    - you constantly want their attention
    - you constantly blow up their phone with calls & msgs
    - you get nervous & assume the worst when they don't respond or call you back asap
    - you double text
    - you tag along everywhere they go, invited or not
    - you want to be included in everything they do
    - you don't like them spending time with other folks
    - you neglect your friends or have no friends or social life of your own

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    I like to spend time with my husband and family every moment I can. If that makes me clingy, then so be it, I don't mind. I don't need to have a "social life of my own", that's liberal, anti-family BS that encourages people to drink, get drunk, mingle with singles and divorcees or sleep around. Being a stay at home mother, I have neither the time nor the interest for such things. Apart from that, I come from a large family so when I get some free time for myself, I usually interact with my relatives and their families. Obviously every person needs some space now and then but marriage is about sharing life together which means you live with each other under the same roof and are supposed to spend time together. If you prefer the single life, stay single instead.

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    I am not clingy at all -- pretty liberal in that matter .

    But I expect loyalty .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gefjon View Post

    - you want to be with them 24/7
    - you constantly want their attention
    - you constantly blow up their phone with calls & msgs
    - you get nervous & assume the worst when they don't respond or call you back asap
    - you double text
    - you tag along everywhere they go, invited or not
    - you want to be included in everything they do
    - you don't like them spending time with other folks
    - you neglect your friends or have no friends or social life of your own
    Almost a how-to guide on running a relationship into the ground, sooner or later.

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    I don't mind a bit of clinginess, as long as it doesn't come with the expectation of constantly being entertained. Just being close and being together is often good enough for me.
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