Tips to tackle your attention craving partner!

Before learning the tips, if you realize that your partner is giving you the utmost attention or you are paying better attention towards your partner and his/her activities, never think that you are committing a mistake or you are being suffocated. Because, in this millennial era, it is hard to get people who pay attention to you for the wellness of you. So, cherish it and there exist some people who truly suffocate others by paying way too much attention and also, sometimes, unintentionally you might be prone to focus on your partner just more than required, and at this point, you need to recheck the proportion of love in the survival of your romantic relationship.

Love is all about faith, trust, care, affection, and attention. Attention is not calling or messaging or being with your partner all the time. It's recognizing and realizing the love which is shared between you and your partner. Sometimes you feel it is less and sometimes it is unnecessary to receive more. And this is when a couple can see ripples in their relationship. Crests and troughs are common in any relationship. If attention becomes a reason for all those troughs, then you must be alert to save your bond by handling your partner and sometimes yourselves too.

  • No human on this whole earth won't be busy in the whole 24 hours. So, if you can't spare at least five minutes a day to recognize the existence of your partner, you don't have any right to cage a person in your life under the name of love, lust, relationship, commitment, and most importantly feelings. And if you feel your partner is craving for your attention, then you must know that you are hardly paying him/her the attention you need to give. Change your mindset and work on your schedules. Simple!

  • At the same time, if your partner is workaholic or always busy with one's schedules and misses out a day or two by not noticing your existence, do not freak out. You might be idle all time, but people have things to do and there is no rule that if a person does not call you or text you, it doesn't mean that he/she isn't thinking about you. If they don't give attention, you can always provide and make your partner understand that, you realize his/her preferences.

  • If a person truly loves you, he/she surely thinks about you and take efforts to reach you to at least know how you are doing or how your day is getting wrapped. So, if that's not happening for a long time, you need to give second thoughts about your relationship.

  • If you have already signed up for an attention-craving partner, then you must stick to your partner and the consequences, because no one is perfect and all you can do is to try for being perfect by handling your partner properly and giving the attention he/she requires. No option left (if you want to have that person in your life).

  • If you are busy enough, but still thinking about your partner, drop a message that you think about him/her. This works like a magic and you don't have to turn up to your sulking partner to convince for your deeds.

  • These attention-craving people act silly sometimes, but they will understand you if you come with a good explanation about your lack of attentiveness. It's just they need their loved ones to be with them or talk to them to make them feel good.

  • Most of the time, they want you to share your story or your feelings with them. They are kind of stress relievers if you take them seriously. Because at the end of the day your attention matters regardless of the form of interaction you get into.

  • For suppose, if you miss out a whole week by not realizing that you haven't thought about your partner or didn't give enough time to spend with your partner, then all you have to do is to come up with a grand gesture of delivering a "Sorry" from your side and hell lot of patience to handle all the emotional shit he/she drops on you. Most importantly, be open enough to take all the scoldings with a smile. Because, this will irk them off more and at the end, they become silent and start understanding you.

  • And there comes, another set of attention-craving partners, who are self-obsessed and selfish enough to just care about their feelings, their emotions, their time, their love and everything related to them. These people come with a 'misunderstanding' badge on their chests. No matter how badly you want to explain yourself, they won't listen. Do you know what to do with them? Simple, dump them!

  • Because these are toxic. A true partner always understands you and your priorities and your career life. They may get furious on your behavior, but give them some space, they will get back to you. So, if a person is not able to recognize the love you give regardless of your other priorities, then that particular person doesn't deserve to throw his/her tantrums on you. Be aware!

  • Always remember the basic rules of love. Taking attention as the main principle factor, if you neglect that important aspect, your equation of love is never going to be solved. A person becomes an attention seeker, if you don't give proper attention and the same person transforms into an attention-craving personality, if you keep on ignoring or neglecting him/her or his/her feelings.

  • So, if you don't give minimum attention and feel your partner is craving for attention, then you must check yourself. If you give maximum attention by keeping all your efforts, but still gets unrecognized by your partner for the feelings and emotions you share, then you must communicate the same with your loved ones to check the whole relationship criteria.

And to all the people who crave for attention from their partners, you must keep this in your mind, that no matter what, a person always gives attention all you crave for if he/she truly loves. So, do not freak out and do not ruin your relationships by over expecting, by being unrealized and unrecognized. You can never force people to be attentive towards you and you can never impose your attention on someone who does not understand your emotions. Period.

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