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My girlfriend says I'm too clingy!

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Question - (29 July 2010) 5 Answers - (Newest, 31 December 2010)
A male United Kingdom age 18-21, *1dspk1 writes:

I've been with my girlfriend 9 months and she says i am too clingy...

How can i be less clingy?

I am 15,

we both contact through texting... We both have unlimited texts so we can contact each other whenever we like?

i want the sort of hard-to-get feeling about me. How can i make this feeling?

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (31 December 2010):

ive been through hell and back, my gf dumped me on xmas, which is great , and for no apperent reason, i even had plans with her on new years (today) but now shes going to some party, and today would have been our one month, we had this huge argument last night and it turns out im too clingy, but i dont even go to her school? so i figured shed like it if i txtd her more often and stuff, luckily ill be getting another chance to see her again tmro, but as for now im just not gunna txt/ ccall her and just lay off and get her to want me :)

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A reader, anonymous, writes (23 December 2010):

Give her space. She may be busy with too many important things and unable to answer your texts. Most girls don't like it when guys keep pursuing them, even though society allows it. And also, if she starts texting you, don't feel intimidated. She might think you're close-minded and not seeing her as equal. Be able to respond to her if you want a relationship with her.

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A female reader, chigirl Norway + , writes (29 July 2010):

chigirl agony auntDon't text her, only reply to her texts. Then you will be hard-to-get, but be aware you might also appear snobby. Ask her how she is, but never ask for details. If the girl wants to tell you she will on her own, without anyone doing an intervention on her. Like, don't ask her where she is, with whom, doing what. Just ask whats up, or how she is, and settle with whatever answer she gives you.

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A male reader, dirtball United States +, writes (29 July 2010):

dirtball agony auntJust because you can do something doesn't mean you should. *cough* unlimited texting *cough* If you're being too clingy, that means you are annoying her with how much you're contacting/hanging around her. Try to back off a little bit. No need to text eachother all the time. Don't ignore her texts, but if you don't respond the second one comes, oh well.

You can't go from clingy to hard-to-get. Just back off a little. If you make that drastic a change, she'll wonder what's up. If she comments about your decreased texting and stuff, just respond that you are trying to give her the space she requested and not be clingy. You may find she misses it after it's gone.

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A male reader, olderthandirt United States +, writes (29 July 2010):

olderthandirt agony auntun cling yurself..don't text anymore. maybe she's tired of being thumbalena on the text thing. I am so glad we didn't have texting when i was young. We did have phones though and I wasted enough time on that thing to have let me get better grades and make somrting of myself.

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