By Rebecca Hoffman So you're in a relationship and it's great except for this minor problem. Your partner needs you for everything. At first it was nice. It's always nice to be needed, but then it was annoying, and then it became too much. After all, you're their partner not their proofreader; you really don't need to OK every email they send to their boss.
You label your partner as clingy, but this isn't the problem. The problem is they're needy and the two terms aren't interchangeable.