Occasionally when someone is really attached to their partner they can take things too far and come across as overly possessive and even somewhat controlling. This is often due to rooted insecurities that keep them clinging on tightly because they have a deep fear of losing them.
From the moment you meet someone whom you are interested in, there should be reciprocated communication if you eventually want to have a potential partnership. Do not let things go on for months without clarifying these important details with your partner.
In this me/me world of today, those men and women who show class and good manners will always be held in high esteem and fare much better in the dating world. Word gets around and so does ones’ reputation!
Trust should be at the very top of the “relationship priority list” and if it isn’t there in the very beginning, there is usually a pretty big reason why.
Some men and women have a tough time committing long term and would rather avoid any discussion on the subject. This leaves a lot of frustrated people trying to figure out whether to “wait around or move on” from their non-committal partner.
It is difficult to find a compatible committed partner and when we do, we hold on tighter than we should in some cases. There are a lot of mixed messages going on and we don’t always know where we stand in our relationships.
This can bring out a neediness in some men and women which makes them cling possessively to their partners. This is never a good thing and can become very suffocating! We have all heard about the Stage 5 Clinger!