Dating needy woman
Instead, you’ve switched to calling him “baby,” “babe,” “boo,” and every other pet name under the sun.
Pet names are cute when they’re used in moderation but when you’re calling him your boo when you’ve only been dating him for a few weeks, now is a good time to apply the brakes.
The next day you’re adding all of them on Facebook and chatting them up about days when you can hang out with them.
It’s always nice to get along with your man’s friends, but there’s no need to hang out with them every weekend. Being a cheap girlfriend isn’t the way to go, but spending a lot of money on your man isn’t always the wisest thing to do either.
If he has to work late, it’s a good gesture to swing by his house and make him a quick meal.
However, when you’re cooking all of his food, letting him use your car, and taking over his finances, you’re doing way too much.
When you’re too involved, your friendships will get the brunt of the pain. When it comes to dates, eating out, and going to the movies, all of the decisions are made by him.
Even when he asks where you’d like to go to eat or what movie you’d like to see, you always turn it back around on him and say that it’s his choice.
And while your intentions are nothing but good, sometimes becoming overbearing and overstepping in a relationship can do more harm than good.
No matter what your guy needs you to do, you’ve never said no.
If he needs you to do his laundry for the weekend, you happily say yes, even if you had other plans.
You find yourself questioning if you’re doing too much.
If you ever start to think that you’re going overboard, you probably are.