she bails out at the last second and leaves you feeling stupid. Today I’m going to use science to explain why women act the way they do in terms of playing coy and stringing you along.My last blog on top dating mistakes women make caused an uproar among male readers who complained my advice encouraged women to “play games.” Not a huge surprise, since the most common dating blunders are a boon to lazy men looking for casual flings.
When you're "playing the game", you're trying to artificially create an aura of mystery around yourself. The purpose of this "game" is to tease your woman and raise her interest level to the point she will stop at nothing to find out more about you. She saw right through it and decided not to waste her time on immaturity. I know some of you may argue that everything was planned. What you don't want to do is "play the game" too much because you just might shoot yourself in the foot.As women we crave emotional intimacy, so it’s not difficult for a man to combine earnest questions and over-the-top compliments to create the illusion of trust and connection that usually precedes sexual intimacy.The game is a blast for both parties involved – until a woman finds herself wondering why the man who was “crazy for her” and “couldn’t get enough of her” has poofed after a few rolls in the hay.Whatever the prize is, using mind games to acquire it never ends well.For the purpose of this article, we will be focusing on men and the mind games they play. Like when you’re doing it to save someone from a bad relationship.The oldest ploy in the book is playing hard to get.There are effective ways and wrong ways to use this technique.But from my practice, here are four of the most frequent games I see men playing: 1) The “play to lay” game.This is where he pretends to care about you more than he actually does at the beginning in order to get you into bed.Girl’s Game Changer: In order the separate the man who actually DOES fall in love with you at first sight and CAN go the distance from the players, a woman must pace the relationship.authors Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider recommend: "Don’t see him more than once or twice a week for the first month or two." They also suggest not inviting him back to your place for the first few dates, and holding off on sex until you’re confident he’ll stick around.