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How can you tell the difference between a needy women and women with needs? Sponsored by Benitas Health Spa Products
Member Question: I was informed by a good friend that I was confusing being needy with having needs. And when I think about it makes a lot of sense, because I didn’t really want anything over-the-top from him. I just wanted to know that my love was appreciated and for him to show me that I was important to him too. Didn’t get that, didn’t even get a call on my birthday. I had never really differentiated between the two terms before, but I do know that I’ve heard women being called needy left and right by their exes and love interests. Some of them I think actually were needy when I think about it. But others seem like they were merely expecting, ya know, a relationship where their man actually helps to maintain it. There are needy men and women out there, but it seems as though the word needy is used as a blanket statement against women, and no woman wants to ever be thought of as needy and some of us will try to avoid it at all costs. So I ask, what is the definition of a needy woman? And how can you tell the difference between a needy women and women with needs? Special Guest: Mrs. Marley Ariyahu will be discussing her organic bath and beauty product line entitled "Beauty of Tziyon Organics" and the importance of organic living.
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