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Jorge's relationship advice is based on experience and observation. He's seen many people—including himself—get seduced and hurt by love. You give him attention, you give him love, and you tell him he looks beautiful in those greasy sweatpants, so what gives? Why does he keep demanding more of you than you're willing to dole out?

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Am I crazy???? Go to Page Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Hey guys. So me and my boyfriend have been together for 2 years now. Some of the things that really drew me to him was his adventurous spirit, love to travel, and his big heart.

When we first met one of the first things that sparked our interest was we both needed people to travel with and we agreed to see the world together. Ive been expressing to him for the past year that I really wanted to go to Aruba.

Of course he says yes. It kind of annoyed me because whenever she asks hm to do something he jumps. His sister calls him st 10am and says she needs him to come help her set up tables.

So guess what he does? He leaves Christmas morning to go help her set up tables. He is 28 but I feel like he very too much influenced by them and does anything they say. But, he is the youngest of 5, so I understand why he may be influenced by them. He never has my back and always lets them talk bad about me. What if it never changes?? I try to encourage him to do better than the people that are around him but I fear he will end up like them.

Single and average. Is that mean to say? Last edited by Katana94; at PM.. Originally Posted by Katana Above post says it all!! Take the advice. OP, I got only halfway through. He's not into you. The whole first half of your narrative screams, that he's not into you. He's more into his family, than he is into you. He's using money as an excuse for not moving forward with the relationship.

Get out. Move on. Don't look back. If he makes a fuss, don't believe him. Just get. The sooner you liberate yourself from this guy, the sooner you can move on to finding something better. You've already wasted 2 years on this guy. That's more than enough. You'll never be a priority. Either accept that or move on. Marriage will just make him uglier. As much as it hurts, and seems impossible, try seeing this as a bullet dodged, as there's no kids or marriage. Okey Dokie. Listen to everyone above Too much time wasted already.

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18 Reasons Why Overly Attached Boyfriends Are The Absolute Worst People Ever

Am I crazy???? Go to Page Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Hey guys.

Chances are you don't have much of interest in being the clingy one in a relationship. It comes with a whole slew of negative connotations — worst of all being jealousy.

Human beings are fickle creatures -- and females are no exception. One moment we want attention and then the next we don't; however, there will always be one consistency: If you give too much of it, we don't want it. I don't care what anyone says, there is a big difference between affectionate attention and over-the-top, unnecessary smothering. Nothing worth having comes easy.

11 Signs Your Partner Is Too Clingy & What To Do About It

Ask Your Question today. My boyfriend is totally and incredibly in love with me. We've been together for a year and a half, I'm 19 and he's We've been living together for 8 months. However, sometimes I think he loves me a little TOO much. I had a job interview not too long ago that he made me late to because he didn't want me to have a job "because then I will be away from him too long". He's not enthralled with me working, even though neither of us have jobs. We 'took a break' last week due to an unrelated issue and when we spoke again, I found out he had spent the night in the hospital due to breathing problems and tight chest pains, something I've never seen evidence of in the past year and a half.

Why Is My Boyfriend so Clingy? 7 Reasons Your Man Is Suffocating You

Some girls think this is super cute—at first—but then come to realize the irritation that shortly follows. Here is how to deal with your overly attached boyfriend. Some guys think this is what girls like. This answer could go on for days and days.



Boyfriend a little too attached?




Jul 11, - 18 Reasons Why Overly Attached Boyfriends Are The Absolute Worst my day was because that's his job, not because he was hitting on me.








Comments: 2
  1. Sagrel

    I perhaps shall simply keep silent

  2. Shakamuro

    You are not right.

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