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Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)05:38 UTC+1 No.14652104 Report

Hey /adv/

Okay, I have a question for the fems. Is it necessary for you to talk to your boyfriend everyday?

My girlfriend loves talking to me for hours and hours. I mean 4-6 hours a day. It's a lot and I'm running out of things to say.

So is it normal?
AsianAnonInNJ 08/21/14(Thu)05:43 UTC+1 No.14652117 Report

too clingy
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)05:48 UTC+1 No.14652132 Report

You think so? It's weird because a year ago, id be complaining that I dont have a gf but now I feel like it's too much.
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)05:48 UTC+1 No.14652133 Report

Do you mean texting or calling?

Because me and my girlfriend pretty much text anytime we're both not doing anything which is relatively often. Probably about 4-6 hours a day like you said and then we talk on the phone at night.

I dunno, it just kinda clicks without too much trouble. Occasionally the conversation dulls but we can always pick it back up no problem. I think it just depends on the people in the relationship.
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)07:15 UTC+1 No.14652430 Report


The trick to a good relationship is finding someone with the same level of co-dependence as you.

You may want to consider finding new things to talk about. Women hate men who stagnate.
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)07:17 UTC+1 No.14652436 Report

I text my boyfriend pretty much all day, everyday. I enjoy it, and he enjoys it too. We both know that if we're feeling overwhelmed, we can ask the other to cut down a little and we won't be offended.
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)07:19 UTC+1 No.14652445 Report

I text him, he texts me all day on and off.

We usually talk on the phone or facetime once or twice a day. If either one of us is or anticipates being busy during our usual phone time we just text the other that we'll try tomorrow.

And we've both had lulls in the conversation where neither one of us have anything to talk about, but we both are ok with that.
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)07:23 UTC+1 No.14652458 Report

Each relationship is different. However, every relationship I've had where I held off on communicating with her too much, the relationship was better. She was more excited to see me, I had more power.

When I constantly validated my partner, those relationships burned out a lot quicker. You just get bored with each other quicker or some shit.
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)07:23 UTC+1 No.14652459 Report

Yeah I agree too clingy.. I just got out of a relationship but we talked on the phone for an hour tops 2-3 times during the week and spent weekends together
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)07:25 UTC+1 No.14652461 Report

no its annoying i would dump a guy who wanted to do it too
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)07:29 UTC+1 No.14652473 Report

You guys who say you text/chat for the majority of the day, what do you even talk about? I'm in my first relationship and we barely communicate outside of seeing each other in person. It's something we've discussed and are totally cool with but just wonderin. Maybe I'm just not like that
Shyfootfungus 08/21/14(Thu)12:01 UTC+1 No.14652955 Report

Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)16:20 UTC+1 No.14653463 Report

Newer relationships are like this, older ones tend to die off with the constant need to talk and more of enjoying each others presence, even if in silence.
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)16:37 UTC+1 No.14653504 Report


>My girlfriend loves talking to me for hours and hours.
>So is it normal?

Why would you date someone who DOESN'T want to talk to you for extended periods of time on a regular basis? She likes you and wants to get to know you.
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)16:54 UTC+1 No.14653541 Report

No. I can go a few days between any contact at all. We both got shit to do. Some girls are clingy like that, though. It's your preference.
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)16:59 UTC+1 No.14653549 Report


Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)17:19 UTC+1 No.14653609 Report

If you feel its a chore, talk to her about it or move on. It should be a pleasure not a chore.
Anonymous 08/21/14(Thu)17:24 UTC+1 No.14653627 Report

It really isn't necessary for me, but we often talk for a long time when we do talk. Especially pillow talking, I always lose sleep because we can talk to eachother so well.

And like >>14653463 said - it happens a lot in newer relations. We've been dating for a while and nowadays we can just enjoy sitting next to eachother while reading a book. Talking isn't that necessary anymore when you already know eachother so well.
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