“Needy” has become a buzzword in recent times, especially when it comes to dating. More than that, it’s become a label that women (and even guys) actively avoid because of the negativity attached to it.
But let’s not kid ourselves – we all have needs, there’s no way around it. We’re not robots programmed NOT to crave companionship, sex and romance; it’s what makes us feel alive!
So let me tell you upfront that there’s nothing wrong with having needs.
Being needy, on the other hand, is a whole other ball game.
Now, it’s perfectly fine if you’re naturally sweet, affectionate and caring. Any guy would be crazy not to dig a chick who’s not afraid to show her feminine side.
On the flip side though, a man is also looking for a little backbone and that "resistance" to complete the package.
Most guys won’t tell you, but they’d rather have a partner who they can call an equal. They'd prefer to skip the drama of doing double-duty as an emotional babysitter.
So, what I’m really getting at is that any guy worth dating is looking for a little maturity in his woman. And that means not needing him to live a happy, healthy life.
To contradict a popular phrase, we should be, to some extent, an island - a sexy, independent island that is.
Carlos Cavallo, Dating and Attraction Adviser
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Any island that can flourish on its own makes it fun, happening and desirable.
This is the kind of attitude that draws a guy in, and cultivating it is easier than you think. Just remember the following:
And that’s the clincher: if you can live without him, but still choose to be with him, it means you can also decide to walk away if it’s not working for you.
If there’s anything my experience with relationships has taught me, it’s that getting a guy to commit means staying connected every step of the way.
Yours, in Perfect Passion,
- Carlos Cavallo
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