Why do some men that you date act like a leech on your skin
Is it a lack in their self confidence and in security
I don't think it's always a lack of self-confidence, it's just that they can be very into you! But also bear in mind that his touching your skin may also be a sign that what he really wants to do is get into bed with you - And if it feels like he's being a 'leech' he's probably moving way too fast! It can be a major turn off for the woman.
I'm guessing for most men that act that way it's insecurity.
Have you read Steve Harvey's book Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man? You may find answers to your question in the pages!
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I agree that it's a sign of insecurity or what I term, neediness. It will turn-off most women.
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