5 Signs You’re Being Clingy
No person likes if someone clings onto them all the time. It is true for both boys and girls. Yet, being a girl, you may not even realize that you’re being too clingy. While you maybe a great girl, your boyfriend may want to leave you only for this one habit of yours. Hence, it is always best to know for yourself if you’re being to clingy and back off while there is still time. So, if you’re not sure whether you have this annoying habit or not, check if any of the symptoms given below match with your behavior and you’ll have your answer.
1. You don’t give him any space
Every person, whether single or in a relationship, requires some personal space. If you do not give him that space, it is most definite that you’re being too clingy. Do you want to be with him at absolutely all times, and if he isn’t there in front of you, you either start calling him or texting him? Do you never allow him to go out with his friends or coworkers without taking you along? Do you get upset if you ever come to know that he had any kind of fun without you? These are signs that you are not giving him any personal space.
2. You have some meaningless fear
If you constant have a fear that your relationship may not work out or your boyfriend may leave you, although he never gave you any real reasons to feel that way, it could be another sign that you’re being clingy. Fear in relationships often lead to a person becoming over-possessive and that can be extremely annoying for any guy. Guys love to have confident girls and those who trust them by their side.
3. You spy on him
If you have the habit of secretly spying on your boyfriend, which could include you checking his e-mails or Facebook messages without his consent or maybe even following him around everywhere, it surely means that you are intruding in his private space, and that is basically the limits of being clingy. Apart from the fact that you could get arrested for this act, it is wise for you to drop this habit right away because it will only destroy your relationship.