Rule #8 Don’t Be clingy unless acting like clingwrap in the bedroom

Hey We all get this way sometimes when something bad happens or when establishing a relationship.  The ONLY acceptable clinginess is acting like cling wrap or playtime with cling wrap in certain areas of a relationship. We want the person we care about to know what the firetruck is going on in our lives. This can be seen as creepy and trust me I have been on both sides of this so I know all too well. I don’t have a story per say for this one at this point but I do have a few pointers.  near the end of a relationship we want to hang on because we don’t want it to end but this can actually facilitate is failure because of the lack of mystery.  I was in a relationship for 6 years and it came to a point where I was spending all my time at home with him and I was getting frustrated.

When he or she has done something you disagree with don’t just jump to their side of things. YOU ARE entitled to your own opinion and if they disagree with you then so be it. That is part of life you are not always going to agree with each other. Its how you work with the disagreements that establish how your relationship goes.

DONT spend every waking hour texting or calling each other. While this may seem sweet at first it is way too much when getting to know each other. While life is short there is plenty of time to get to know one another unless I guess you have a terminal illness than by all means go for it.Go get yourself a hobby be outspoken in local politics find a part-time job go back to school find something to occupy some of that time. Also if they are worth your time they might actually join you at some point in these activities well minus working at the same place. Also if in a Relationship this can go one of two ways it can make you stronger or it can kill it.  With mine it killed it because I fond something I loved more than him and life itself MUSIC.

So remember to not lose you and if you have lost yourself take a good hard look at what you want.

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