1 Understand that other people have lives outside of yours. When you think everything you do is at the center of everyone else’s universe, your insecurities become annoying and people get tired of reassuring you all the time.
Be understanding of another person’s time. A big mistake that makes people appear clingy is to try to dominate another person’s time. Don’t expect the relevant individual to spend every spare minute of time they have with you.
Try to stay off the phone for hours on end with your partner. Limit your phone calls with them. Calling someone all the time and not letting them off the phone easily makes you appear needy. People will look at their caller ID to see if it is you calling. If you find the person you call all the time is suddenly not answering the phone, this might be a clear sign that you’re calling too often.
Go out with friends in social situations without your significant other. Encourage your partner to do the same, making sure to remove all signs of jealousy. Being independent outside of your relationship shows an attractive level of self-confidence.
Find something you enjoy that you can do outside of your relationship such as a hobby or sport. Take an art class or sign up for your church’s softball league. This will help you prevent making your partner the center of your world.
Be yourself. Try not to be so apologetic about everything you do. This makes you appear needy and that you have a perpetual guilty conscience. You don’t need to be a perfect person for someone to love you and want to be around you.
Feel secure with yourself, believe in yourself and know you have great worth.
So…a special person in my life has been constantly telling me recently that I need to focus on now, be easy on the future. Little can I say that this is easier said than done…but it gave me a tattoo idea. I think I really want a cracked crystal ball…to symbolize i’m not afraid of the future. Kinda of reminiscent of a song by Pink..ill post soon.
The augustium …it’s one of the quietest, lonest places in Rome. It feels like a precious wound, like a heartbreak you won’t let go of because it hurts too good. We all want things to stay the same. Settle to living in misery because we’re afraid of change; of things crumbling to ruins. Then I looked around at this place, at the caos it’s endure. The way it’s been adapted, burned, pilaged, then found a way to built itself back up again; and I was reassured, maybe my life hasn’t been so chaotic, it’s just the world that is and the only real trap is getting attached to any of it. Ruin is a gift. Ruin is the road to transformation. We must always be prepared for endless waves of transformation. Both of us deserve better then staying together just because we’re afraid we’ll be destroyed if we don’t…