All relationships are formed because both people want something from the other person; it could be that they are looking for someone to talk to, spend time with, to network with, or they are looking for a sexual relationship, or whatever. However, the best relationships I’ve seen are that way because both people have a great dependency and need for each other. You know, if any of my friends ever told me, “Hey man, I love my girl because she completes me.”, then I would definitely know that he is in love.. just because of how he communicated his feelings. I feel that the more you need someone in your life, the greater the chance that you will have a successful relationship.
But, I’m beginning to see more and more people wanting love, yet also at the same time not wanting to allow themselves to have a need or strong desire for someone else; fearing rejection or maybe fearing being in love, and all that comes with it. I find myself in this category sometimes. Nevertheless, as we all age… the need, the longing in your soul for a committed meaningful relationship becomes greater. And those who fear being in a loving relationship, just begin to create emotional attachments in their life, or form close bonds with their pet(s).
Though I knew that she wanted to help him just because he was handicapped, I also saw that she reached out to him because she knew that he needed her help. And, I have seen it to be true that a lot of women would rather give their selves, or be with men who need them, than be bothered with men who don’t need them, but simply want them. What are you looking for in a relationship? Do you just want someone, or do you need them?