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Static Cling

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  1. Sandya says:

    Very timely article. I am guilty of being clingy in my relationship, even though I am super independent. I am working on not worrying about the outcome, but living in the moment. The only way I would know how good a student I have been is when I enter a new relationship and make real efforts to put into practice what I have learned in my self-healing journey. Let us see how that works out.

  2. Not sure if I quite get the message of the linked article. Does he mean one clings too much onto the illusions (of say the image of a happy-ever-after-we-will-grow-old-together partnership) rather bringing oneself back to the reality (of making the relationship that is now work by communicating)? .

  3. I will definitely be reading this article later. I am independent and have never been described as clingy and I tend toward the “emotionally-unavailable” end of boyfriend spectrum, except with the latest one. It is a really new situation to have to deal with clinginess and so far, I’m not handling it well. Frustration, exasperation, annoyance…. not productive responses, to be sure! Thanks for this article — as always, it is timely!

    • stilllearning2b says:

      Glad you can benefit and that it’s timely. I’m working on the telepathy to deliver content when it’s needed! 🙂

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