Dating attention seeker
Getting attention is more important to attention seekers than relationships. This is a major turn off to their partners making them annoyed and frustrated. It's not that you're less desirable and appealing than others, it's their personality to seek attention from others that make them alive deep inside. The more gloomy and dramatic their posts are, the more likely it is that they are trying to seek attention.
You have to take a call on whether you are fine playing second fiddle or whether you want to move on to someone different. The attention they will get in this case will provide them with reassurance and will help them think that they are worthy. The week before, they had talked about their current struggles dealing with their anorexia despite being pounds.
Their Facebook posts are almost always talking about getting laid. That's why jealousy is a big issue while being in a relationship with attention seekers. They deny that they crave for attention. If you meet a friend at a coffee shop or a shopping mall, your attention seeking man will want to get into the thick of things very early. They did the Nutmeg Challenge.
They did the Ice Bucket Challenge. They often dominate discussions. The good part about attention seekers is that they love attention so much that they are willing to do anything to keep getting that attention.
They make direct eye contact with other people, touches people in appropriate ways, dresses in ways to grab attention. It is said to be one of the most frustrating traits of attention seekers. They prefer being overly sexualized.
They love hearing themselves talk and even better if people focus on them. This is basically someone setting up a shrine in their own honor, and then begging others to look at them. Narcissists are also attention seekers. Sexy pictures, sexy posts and talking about them having sex.