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In a romantic relationship, would you rather be wanted or needed?


It is popular to say, "I want you, but I don't need you." But is that romantic? What's your opinion?

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Best Answer Arnold Webster Mbuya (Arnoldwebster) says

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Janis Leslie Evans (janshares) says

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    savvydating 21 months ago

    Excellent answer, Janshares. But if you had to choose? That's a tough one!


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Efficient Admin says

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    savvydating 21 months ago

    Do you think, however, that there may be a difference between Need and Needy? Thanks for chiming in Efficient Admin. I appreciate your feedback.

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    savvydating 21 months ago

    A good, solid answer. I see your point. I sort of look at it as, "Do I need a heart transplant or do I want one?" Sometimes need is OK, but neediness--no way. Thanks for a lovely answer, Faith Reaper.

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Jade Monique Taylor (Jade89) says

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    savvydating 21 months ago

    Interesting take, Jade. Could those things you described also be a want---even more than a need? Thanks for a reflective answer. I do appreciate your having thought about this matter.

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    savvydating 21 months ago

    Thank you for a very spiritual insight on this question, manatita44. It sounds like you are saying that want and need are simply a part of the process, with neither being "negative.


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