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The most immediate and obvious manifestation of needy behavior is acting “clingy”; the overly-needy party doesn’t want to spend a minute apart longer than is necessary.

They are always on the look out for the signs that things are going wrong and that the relationship is about to come crashing down all around them; they can’t conceive that their partner values them or their relationship and need resassurance over and over again that wrong all take their toll and quickly turn from annoyance to active resentment.

Clinginess and supplication isn’t the only way that neediness expresses itself, however.

If they can’t, they may try to remain in constant contact – calling and texting repeatedly, sending email after email and Perpetuators of this sort of behavior often don’t recognize that they’re being needy.

There’s a recurring thread I’ve seen lately online, whether it’s in the comments here or in a few of the other forae where I lurk: an increasing sense of desperation for a relationship.

Because a part of needy people crave the approval of others for their own self-worth, they will often go out of their way to try to showboat and impress others into liking them.

Needy people will often play status games, in the hopes of persuading others that yes, Corporal Clingy .

They are forever looking to others for approval, asking over and over again for someone to convince them that they aren’t totally worthless. And yet the need to worship one’s partner – to put them on a pedestal, to elevate them to “goddess” status – is another way of objectifying someone and remove their humanity.