Rules of engagement strategies for dating success

There were forces working against us and I didn’t want to make things worse by being unaccommodating.My schedule was more flexible than his so it made sense that I should work around his schedule, right?A man can sense when you’re making him chase you, and if you keep it up you’ll succeed in one thing: chasing him away.So yes you want men to pursue you, and if you are confident this will naturally happen, but you don’t want to intentionally get him to chase you because this is just neediness all dressed up.They say insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.If this is true, those men in the white coats should have been on me like white on rice. I had a very needy mindset and I derived way too much of my self-worth from how men responded to be. (To know what it does look like, check out this article: 10 Things Confident People Do Differently in Dating and Relationships.) It took a long time to realize I needed to stop prioritizing guys above myself, at least until he started treating like a priority.While in theory that makes sense, in reality, Craig started pulling away more and more.

By that, I mean fill your life with fun, meaningful activities.Since you are living your life and aren’t relying on his approval to make you happy, he automatically steps up and tries to carve space for himself in your life.I have plenty more to give you on the subject of how to skyrocket a man’s interest in you )and have him pursuing you) in this article here: Intentionally manipulating a guy or playing games will always backfire because no guy wants to feel like he’s being yanked along on a destination-less journey.Plus, he’ll be able to see right through what you’re doing and it will come across as desperate, which is the ultimate turnoff.The chase creates the illusion of chemistry, not a real connection.

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