At this point, she is more likely to say “Yes” to you because she doesn’t want to hurt your feelings than because she actually wants to spend time with you.But I don’t think you are “one of those clingy guys,” and I’ll explain why: getting upset about. She may be busy, she may not be that into you (yet), or she may be waiting for the phone to ring thinking that if she called YOU then you would think SHE was needy.I think I might be one of those “clingy” guys and I definitely don’t want to turn anyone off.
Next time she will be more likely to say yes, not so she doesn’t “reject” you or hurt your feelings, but so she doesn’t MISS OUT!! What’s bothering me now is that he’s been acting differently towards me ever since. Dear Lauren, My ex-girlfriend said that she did not love me nor was she attracted to me. She made the first move on our first date, she would always initiate PDA's: kissing, touching, even arousing me in cabs, restaurants, the park...
By calling and asking her out on specific dates, you are not cornering her or chasing her away. Hi Lauren, I’m friends with this guy and we really get along. He used to text me all the time and now he never texts me unless I text him first. She expressed interest in sex but we never went through with it.
What I remember most is feeling so insecure during the process and downright embarrassed about some of the things I did in my efforts to prove why they should come back to me.
But then a harsh wake-up call came and changed me for the better.
It’s alright to want to see her and it’s alright to miss her when you are apart. Time apart makes the time together that much better. The sad truth is the female sex has a nasty reputation for being clingy. Women want to be pursued but we lose attraction when a man is clingy.
Your sex life stays passionate, romance remains a priority, and it’s damn hard to take each other for granted. Those un-clingy women sometimes question their every move so that they may avoid being grouped in with that stereotype. When does pursuing a woman morph into chasing her away?
I don’t get moody or upset when she goes out with her girlfriends or is away on business.
I do get upset when we are both in town and I don’t get to see her except maybe once a week.
If you're a woman trying to get your ex back, you've likely taken the "desperate times call for desperate measures" approach, causing you to do all kinds of unfortunate things, including "the walk of shame" and the dreaded "drunk dial." These unflattering behaviors will hardly win his affection back after a breakup.
Your antics make you look like a doormat, and will ultimately push him win my exes back.
Even something as small and ordinary as a farmers market is okay. Occasionally go one step further and buy tickets in advance for something you would like to do and think that she would like too. That way later on, you can say what a great time you had and that you missed her company.