Being too accommodating
If you are trying to pick a movie to watch, and you really don't care, it's fine to say 'Whatever you want is ok with me'.
Or maybe you want to build up credit for accommodating that you might use later.
Shouldn’t he/she have something up their sleeve that they are striving for in their life that has nothing to do with you?
So, how do you handle you become less needy and clingy with your partner?
The downside of being too nice is often being overlooked.
Anything too much in life takes away the balance of it somehow.
Ironically, even if you are normally not a needy or a clingy lover, the more you like someone the more likely you are to behave clingy and needy, as you will likely be afraid to lose that very special person that you know is so hard to meet and attract.
A great relationship should motivate you to study and work hard, and a great job / school program would turn you into a more interesting and successful person, who is more attractive to the opposite sex in general and to your partner specifically.
If you are always around, always available, and you schedule your life around your partner all the time, this means that no effort is required to please you or to be loved by you.
Secondly, clingy behavior inevitable creates an impression that other things in your life must not be all that great and all that important, if your partner is by far the most important thing in your life and your main focus.
You also want to keep him/her from being exposed to and/or seduced by other people, so you try to spend as much time together as possible, all of which is likely to be perceived by your partner as being clingy.
The reason that being needy and clingy is so unattractive is obvious: first, it makes the other person take you for granted and not see any value in you.
You are willing to give up just about everything in order to preserve the relationship with the other party.