Too needy dating
Tasha Rube is a Licensed Master Social Worker in Missouri.
She received her MSW from the University of Missouri in 2014.
I’m willing to try to accept him as he is (not a big communicator) but perhaps there’s a way to make him understand that I need more. For all I know I’m so caught up in the idea of him that I haven’t even realized that he is being a jerk.
I don’t need to be a priority (he isn’t my priority either, School comes first! -Jennifer Hi Jennifer, I'm so glad you reached out.
I had missed him terribly and decided to unblock him on the date I knew he would be coming back home.
To my surprise he texted me and begged me to do long distance with all the strings attached. We worked out that I would be flying out to visit him whenever I could. But now that I finally could call him a boyfriend, I realized his prior bad communication wasn’t due to me not being his girlfriend, it was simply who he was.
Although it was clear that we really liked each other we never made it official.It wasn’t a friends with benefits deal but it wasn’t a full relationship either.Despite all my needs not being met, I stuck around because I had fallen in love with him. I wanted to be able to call him my boyfriend, introduce him to family and friends, and feel secure with him.I decided to say goodbye to him and explained that I was walking away because I needed more.I told him that I loved him but that I thought it would be best that we no longer communicate. During this time he had been out of town for about a month traveling.