Never beg for someone’s love if they’re not willing to give it freely. Ever.
If you have to do that, then I’m sorry to say this, but you’re in a bad and unhealthy relationship right now.
It can emotionally bring you to your breaking point and is something that shouldn’t exist in any relationship.
Your partner must show the exact same level of dedication as you do. The feelings you have for him need to be reciprocated.
When you think about what a relationship stands for, it’s a true partnership that requires two people to make it work.
One partner shouldn’t always pull the strings in a romantic relationship. Both have to work together to achieve perfect harmony.
They need to show affection to each other at all times for them to succeed in having a healthy and magical love relationship.
That doesn’t mean that everything’s just peachy at all times.
Every couple has their own fair share of problems, but true partnership means making a combined effort to overcome those issues.
You’ll only attract a never-ending cycle of negativity if you avoid them.
Never settle to be someone’s second choice. Never resort to asking for attention and affection.
Eventually, you’ll crave it and your happiness will depend on the amount of affection your partner gives you.
Overall, it’s a bad combo that most certainly will end in a rough breakup. So why should you settle for a bad relationship in the first place?
Your partner should be putting in as much energy as you do.
Otherwise, you’re forced to work twice as hard for a relationship that is essentially doomed to fail.
Girl, your feelings DO matter.
You shouldn’t have to feel lonely and empty inside. There are a lot of people out there who’d be grateful to have a girl like yourself by their side.
If you have to beg someone for their love then you aren’t a priority to them and most likely will never be.
You have to prioritize yourself and your well-being.
At least that’s what I did. And I learned a couple of valuable lessons that I’d like to share now with you.
Often, I found myself so desperate to love and be loved that in most cases I made compromises, even though I knew I shouldn’t have.
I gave pieces of myself to a person who never truly cherished me for who I am. He never supported my goals and dreams.
That’s why I was miserable and sad for the most part of my relationship.
I always wondered if I could achieve my true potential and why my partner didn’t provide me with the much-needed push to achieve my goals.
And then I finally realized he didn’t love me like a real man should love a real woman.
I know I deserve someone who’ll make me feel incredibly special. One who’ll give me the strength to feel like a superwoman.
I shouldn’t have begged for his attention when we were in public, and I know that now.
You deserve to be treated like a lady. You’re entitled to date a man who is proud to kiss you in public. Someone who’ll call you his love!
Sometimes, we’re so desperate to love and be loved, that in return, we settle for someone who is unworthy of the love we freely give.
Love is a beautiful thing that should be shown and never ever begged for.
I deserve a man who’ll say less and do more. A man of action and not just lip service.
I don’t deserve a guy who’ll only come to me when he needs something from me.
I know I’m worthy of being loved.
I know I deserve someone who’ll take me into their life and make me feel important without expecting anything in return.
I’m looking for that unconditional love that’ll only happen once in a lifetime because I know I deserve it.
I want a man who’ll choose me over everyone. One who’ll get close to me and dedicate his time and thoughts only to me.
I learned that the hard way. My ex wasn’t supportive or interested in what’s going on in my life.
He was always somewhere there but never truly understood what it means to be fully present in someone’s life.
After giving myself time to heal, I’ve realized that finding a significant other means they won’t leave you without any self-worth.
It’ll be quite the opposite – I’ll feel happy and fulfilled after spending time with them.
I know that if I have to beg for someone’s love, then that relationship is unhealthy.
Begging for someone’s love will never make your partner love you the way they should.
Remember, you can’t force someone to have feelings for you and no amount of begging can change their mind.
Just ask yourself this: Can you force yourself to have feelings for someone?
No, you can’t. And that’s why you can’t force a man to have genuine feelings for you.
Don’t settle for someone who’ll not give you their utmost love, attention, and affection because they’ll likely never care to.
If you beg for someone’s love, you’re seriously undermining your self-worth.
It is demeaning and feels like you’re unworthy of being loved by a man.
Accept the fact that it’s not your loss if he doesn’t know how to love you – it’s his.
A relationship should only make you feel better and be the driving force to achieve great things together.
It should make you feel happy more often than sad.
Your confidence should be through the roof because you feel loved by your partner. It shouldn’t be the cause of low self-esteem.
If you’ve been begging for someone’s love, then accept the fact that he’s not the one for you. Actually, he’s preventing you from meeting the right one.
If you put so much energy into someone who doesn’t love you as you do him, then you’re missing out on someone better out there.
Someone who’ll make you feel like a princess.
And believe me, there’s someone out there who’ll love you the way you deserve to be loved.
By trying to gain the affection of someone who doesn’t want it, you’ll let the right one pass you by. Don’t allow that to happen.
The sad thing is, the right person won’t be even an option for you because you’ll be too focused on the wrong relationship.
That’s what I learned through my experience of begging someone for their love. And I’ll never do that again.
I hope you’ll learn to find happiness within yourself first. Only then can you give it to another person who knows how to love you.
Thank you for your article, it is so well written and so true. I made this mistake for a very long time and I am at the very beginning stages of healing and rebuilding my self esteem and confidence. Articles like this are a real motivation to keep on healing and not go back to that situation.