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  falon142012  |  22

Yes it is #1. Unfortunately, most people try to save relationships like this and end up getting hurt and frustrated. OP, if talking to her about it doesn't work, you may need to ask her if she would consider seeing a therapist. Sometimes unwillingness to be by oneself can mean insecurity because of a past situation. Good luck!

  Stazza11  |  27

2 things can occur here
1. She will accept the explanation and try her hardest not to be as clingy or
2. Things will fly out of control and she will be pissed off, and they will most likely separate.

  kingdomgirl94  |  28

should be enough time to look up how to deal with her though... hopefully. If she's skilled enough to get it in a matter of seconds, OP has bigger problems than her being clingy...

  DrownedMyFish  |  18

I know, right? Why do they feel the need to be clingy? You don't have to be by your boyfriend's side all day. That's why I usually watch my boyfriend from a distance and try to keep my presence unknown.

  DaTerrier  |  7

Yes, it's a delicate balance between being to clingy and being to distant, you have to be able to trust your partner in a relationship. Not shadow them wherever they go.

  smartypants9  |  15

Of course, everyone knows that if you want to be a stalker in a relationship, you can't let the other person know. So spy on them with binoculars from a distance, it's foolproof.