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Old 11-14-2013, 06:52 PM   #39
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Originally Posted by LillyBBBW View Post
I think people are confusing it with high standards. I don't care how many shoes or action figures you own. As long as you are taking care of yourself you are not high maintenance. When I think high maintenance I think needy.
Yes, that's my definition too. A high maintenance person is someone who demands an inordinate amount of attention or money or both.

Low maintenance on the other hand is someone who takes care of what needs to be taken care of without a lot of drama or unreasonable demands on others.
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