The Boyfriend’s Guide to Needy Girlfriends

Are you in a relationship with a clingy partner? Does your significant other suffer from childhood trauma or PTSD? Do you find it difficult to be away from your partner because they are constantly pulling on you for attention? Have no fear! Here are some sample texts you can send to your partner to reassure them and give yourself some peace of mind.

Always remember to be sincere. Feel free to modify the following texts in a way that reflects your true feelings. Sometimes all your significant other needs is a little reassurance and consolation. If your partner has suffered from a traumatic experience or a neglectful childhood, all they really want from you is to know that they matter, that you love them and that their feelings are important.

Here are some examples:

“Good morning sweetheart, I hope you slept well! I have a busy day ahead of me, but I want you to know you were the first thing I thought of when I woke up this morning! Talk soon!“

“Hello love, I’m sorry I haven’t had as much time to spend with you since I’ve been away, but I want you to know I think about you every day! You mean the world to me!“

“Hi, beautiful, it has been such a crazy day! I was very busy and haven’t had a chance to stop and call you. I want you to know that you are always on my mind and I miss you! I can’t wait to be with you when I get home. I hope you’re having a good time.”

“Hi there, beautiful! Just wanted to send you a little text to let you know I think about you often, you are always on my mind and little things always remind me of you. I hope you are having a good time in spite of our separation. It won’t be long and we will be together again. I love you! Have a great day“

“Hello sweetheart, I’m sorry I didn’t get a chance to talk with you today, I want you to know you were on my mind. I will call you as soon as I get a chance. You mean the world to me! I love you XOXO“

These are just a few examples of things you can say to reassure the one you love that even though you are away from them, you still love them. Of course, this does not replace resolving the issue of fear of abandonment and healing the scars of neglect. But a little love goes a long way. And at the end of the day feelings matter most. If you can take care of the feelings, you can avoid more problems down the road. Good luck!

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