You will find yourself in a healthier relationship! What types of changes will you need to start becoming the strong individual that you know you can be, the person that you want to be.
There’s someone who’s always going to be there for you.
Begin to explore your anxious attachment style and start addressing how you can become less needy and clingy.
Learn to connect the dots and understand what it is about your attachment style and upbringing that creates the neediness in your relationship.
Too much 'neediness' can have negative consequences.
We are all emotionally needy to some degree in relationships — meaning simply that, during a difficult time, we need more emotional support than usual. It's when you find that you are emotionally needy that takes a toll on relationships and has consequences.
You cannot encourage growth, compliment them, or reassure them — enough.
Trusting that it's okay to feel insecure in one another, but also asking yourself why you don't trust the other person, is key.
True non-neediness begins when you stop depending on others to take care of you and seeking fulfillment externally — because doing this, only creates a black hole of never having enough.
Some of the key characteristics are: However, this often leaves their partner emotionally tapped out and overwhelmed by their neediness. And yet, anxious people do the very thing they fear the most will happen — they push their partner away.
Their behaviors are counterproductive, yet hard to stop doing in the moment.