Dating people with add
As we’ve already mentioned, the world revolves around crazy people, and she’s going to set some impossibly high standards for you to live up to. But if you can tell someone’s been unrolling all your socks and your desk drawers have been rummaged through… On your first few dates, she had some amazing stories. She wants you to know how you measure up, even if the information she’s giving you isn’t true, and even if you don’t want to know it. Any more than that and (unless she’s running a rescue operation out of her apartment) you’d best get to stepping. And if you identify with most of this list, but you’re still with her…
But try to get some payback with a ride to the airport or something like that and it’ll feel like you asked her for a kidney. She wants to rank herself and figure out what ended those relationships so she can act accordingly.
If you’re suspicious, run the packages under some water. What she’s really doing is making it hard for you to get rid of her.
Crazy people tend to spend a lot of time inside their own head, where there’s no one else to inject things like… Because in her mind, there’s no reason why anyone wouldn’t want to be with her. Everybody likes fun little surprises every once in a while, but if she keeps showing up where she’s not invited, like work or guys’ night, there’s a good chance she’s watching your every move.Maybe she’s clumsy, but come on, how many doors can one person walk into?If the stories of how she got them don’t ring true, watch out: She might start telling people you gave them to her. Crazy people like to dominate others, and if she knows you’re uncomfortable, she also knows you’ll say whatever it takes to get her to calm down. When things are good, you’re the king of the world and can accomplish anything you set your mind to. People who compliment themselves in this way are almost never being truthful.Attacking your family and friends, calling out your insecurities, threatening to kill herself or cut your dick off while you’re sleeping — these are subtle signs that she’s not so great at handling conflict.Most people can get through life’s troubles with their gut, their friends and their family. There’s no number that’s a good limit, especially if you keep responding, but if you feel like she’s “checking in” too much, you might want to change your number. Sylvia Plath literally wrote the book on crazy chicks.