I’ve been called “too emotional” by many men. So the question is, would those men prefer a dead inside woman who doesn’t give a flying fuck about them instead? 😂 Take the money, sex and jewellery but if the man is lying home dead from a flu or some other shit, the “too emotional” woman would probably bring him soup. If men don’t like that and prefer someone who says “I don’t give a fuck about your flu, call me when you’re healthy again so you can buy me shoes” then I guess I’m too emotional and a bad person. 🤷🏽♀️🤣 I bet the men who cheat/ mock/ dump women who are “too emotional and needy” will regret it later in life though… 😂
Many men HAVE actually regretted later in life the way they treated me and how they didn’t appreciate my sensitivity. Tough shit.😂 Never let people who treated you like crap back into your life. Let them rotten in hell with a vicious woman who’s a perfect match for them.😆 Here are MY opinions (you don’t have to agree with me) of what are normal healthy emotions and sensitivity vs. being abnormally needy and excessively demanding behavior. 💖Just to be clear, I have NOT done any of the abnormal things on my list LOL😅, but I have been accused of being too needy for all the normal things I have done on my list (by men who have done some of the abnormal things on my list😅.) 🤷🏽♀️🥴
- Texting/ calling everyday. 💕
- Being Facebook friends with your new friend/ date/ crush/ partner. If you have nothing to hide, then it should be fine to be friends on Facebook.
- Offering to come over to his/ her house if he/ she is feeling sick/ tired/ bored/ depressed/ lonely and spend time with the person, e.g. cooking, talking, watching TV etc.
- Expecting more from the relationship after you have been seeing each for a couple weeks. It’s perfectly normal to move on to the next step in a relationship, such as moving in together.
- Asking to go on a holiday together after you feel comfortable with each other e.g. after one month of dating. (and the man should pay for it.) ✈️
- Having an argument about bad communication and how the man/ woman totally lacks emotional awareness and disrespects the woman’s/ man’s emotions.
- Baking a cake/ cupcakes with cute decoration/ heart shaped sprinkles. 🎂
- Meeting the parents after you have agreed to a meeting together (after a few dates etc., depending what you agree TOGETHER.)
- Asking for honesty, open communication and what the other person wants from the relationship.
- Asking to join the man/ woman to an event, to a party with his friends or another social gathering with his/ her social network. 🥳
- Texting/ calling 100 times a day. Twenty messages is max per day in my opinion.
- Stalking his/ her friends (or exes!) on Facebook and contacting them. (After I broke up with one guy once, his ex contacted my fucking DAD via Facebook. Creepy lunatic.)
- Offering to come over to his/ her house and immediately EXPECT to sleep with your date. Even after several dates, it categorizes the relationship into a cheap non-serious one.
- Expecting to get engaged/ married after you have met five times. 😁
- Asking for the man/ woman to buy you a car. 🚙
- Breaking up because the woman/ man wanted to clear the air about bad communication.
- Baking a wedding cake. 😂
- Dragging your parents without informing the other person to your private date.
- Demanding the other person to show his/ her texts/ emails/ social media message or install spyware on his/ her phone! Relationships should NOT be this complicated.
- Appearing DELIBERATELY without warning to a social gathering of his/ her social network. This might come across as too creepy. 😨 Especially in the early stages of dating. Though I once went by ACCIDENT to the same salsa party a man I was seeing was, because I was invited by another friend and I had no clue the guy would be there. 😂 His face was PRICELESS when he saw me there ahaha.
Not everyone is everyone’s cup of tea and it’s ok. Sensitive people tend to like other sensitive people but we sometimes get curious of the “bad boys” too and it’s ok. 😊💖