Emotional Dependency – Men Love It

Whenever you hear the word “dependency,” most of us think in terms of some form of addiction or disease. It tends to imply something that should be avoided, fixed, or terminated. Most individuals with dependencies are those with addictive personalities, and thus rely on others to meet their needs and fulfill their responsibilities. Not the type of person you want to be in a relationship with, or aspire to become.

What if I told you that making a man emotionally dependent on you was a good thing? In fact, what if…. click here to read more.

30 thoughts on “Emotional Dependency – Men Love It”

  1. I don’t read a lot of blogs by women on how to act around men, but I find what’s interesting is that this is the same sort of thing I advocate for guys looking to attract women. You have to view yourself as valuable or the insecurity/neediness/whatever will “leak” through and scare the other person off. So I agree with the principle, but I don’t know about the nomer “emotional dependency”. I think, as a man, I would much rather be a strong enough guy so that I wasn’t “dependent” upon any one person for emotional stimulation, but rather still have one person I actively select to get this from. Does that make sense?

  2. Thank you so much for you informative post! I hope this post will be helpful for many individuals.

    Sometimes women misinterpret the actions of men and this usually leads to them thinking that their man doesn’t appreciate them or even love them at all. A deeper understanding will definitely help you see your man from a different perspective. This has stopped many people from ending a relationship that was perfect and it has also proven to be one of the most effective ways to save a marriage. Recently I have explored a descriptive reference breakingup-coping-healing-and-makingup.com which explains all the facts between men and women such as making up, marriage, divorce, healing after breaking off etc. I hope it will be helpful for all.

  3. im sorry maybe im missing the underliying point of this article
    But what im seeing here is, an article wrote for women on how to manipluate and conrol a man into loving her.. I was recently in a realationship like this where the woman did exactly as the article states, and didnt give me the validation and praise that i wanted.
    I have now deetmined that i was emotionally dependent on her. my point is to purposely do this to a man is cruel and wrong

  4. You are damn right about ability to be at ease is irresistible.. but there is a certain limit when you can be at ease.. I can pretend to be at ease for only 12 hours.. but as night approaches.. my ability to be at ease just bursts out leaving my totally into his arms like a 1 year old baby..!! How should i make myself stronger???

  5. I was stuck into a relationship with a 45s man last year (I’m 30)and I broke up with him as I could feel too much pressure from him in order to make me feel dependent on him!
    It’s not the first time that happens with older men!I know I can’t generalize but my current boyfriend I met on toyboywarehouse.com is 10 years younger than me and I can swear you he makes me feel emotionally free and that’s a great signal of respect!

  6. I think it’s important to be comfortable in your own skin. Eventually those things are going to come out so if you are yourself from the beginning, they can take it or leave it based on that and not on some misconception. I find that the people you truly care about prefer you when you don’t pretend to be someone you’re not.

  7. emotional dependency i have a hard time understanding this concept but thank you for sharing. it sure helped me understand more about relationships. i’m still ignorant about relationship so this article gives light.

  8. I could see this really backfiring on the woman though. If you make your man emotionally dependant on you, what are you going to do when you decide you want to break up with him? You could have a stalker on your hands. Just a thought

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