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If he's your significant other, give him a very long list of chores to keep him busy or help him find a hobby that he can become passionate about. Praise him and let him know how important he is in your life (since clinginess stems from low self esteem) and set aside time for him but also emphasize you need time for yourself.
If he's not part of your life, but someone who wants to "get to know you better", try explaining to him you need your space, you're not interested or introduce him to someone he may compatible with. Sometimes being nice, kind but direct gets your message across.
Each of us (chooses) our own friends, lovers, and spouse. If you aren't happy with (your choice) you always have the option of making another one! The only person you can control is you.
It takes courage to look at the truth of a situation and make a change
It takes patience and tolerance to accept people as they are.
There are only two ways to experience joy and peace of mind in relationships; we either get what we want or we learn to be happy with what we have. Best of luck!
Why would you want to deal with that? Get rid of him. A man who nags is a nightmare, even though my own husband nags about the dishes. Eventually, you have to give into the nagging. Clingy and emotional? I dated a man that describes those two words. He was miserable just to be around. Entirely dependable and boring.
by Court5205 years ago
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