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30-Mar-2020 11:19

Are you really being needy by saying that you’re not comfortable with the online equivalent of cruising?

And of course there is an even bigger question – What is the frigging difference between shopping around online and shopping around in a bar?

He is keeping his options open and if he’s doing that he cannot be emotionally available, and he can’t be making the appropriate effort to give your relationship a chance.

You’re not needy for not wanting to be one in a long line of women – You’re a woman with good self-esteem that doesn’t want to be messed around.

Feel like i'm completely blowing things out of proportion, but not sure how to handle the situation.

Ive been seeing this wonderful guy for just over 2 months now.

When it comes to men, you shouldn’t like sharing (unless that’s your thang) and if you’re in search of a relationship that has a view to developing into a committed long-term relationship, you shouldn’t be prepared to turn a blind eye to his wandering keyboard fingers.

It is tedious and boring when men use ‘needy’ to absolve themselves of having to do the decent thing.

All of a sudden, she’s needy and he has legitimised his dubious behaviour.

You can’t control what anybody else does, you can only control your actions and reactions to things.” He also suggests that women should “go in with the confidence that they’re going to love you and they’re more likely to love you.

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The more you worry about how often he’s logging on, and who else he’s dating, and why he hasn’t taken his profile down, the more likely you are to come across as needy.” Now whilst I can appreciate to an extent why he has drawn this conclusion – after all, if you had your opportunity to have your cake and eat it, you would – it really does fail to address the core issue with being with a man who still has an active online dating profile and is continuing to fill his boots and shop around.

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