Dating chase

07 Oct

There comes a point where you have to do something: either be bold or move on, because it’s just not worth it otherwise.

I don’t know how long you’ve been talking to her, but here’s a general guideline.

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Why would a guy want to be with a girl who literally says the meanest things to him?

I have a huge ego, and I'm pretty sure I’m the best thing since sliced bread, but if I were in a guy’s shoes, I wouldn’t be into that.

Here’s an email I answered that I hope make your decision easier.

I would like to know how you handle the situation when a woman that you are pursuing and you know she’s interested in you starts to play hard to get. I’ve talked with several dating coaches about this subject and I’ve got different advices: When I first started going out and actively dating, I spent a lot of energy chasing every girl who I had a remote chance with.

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"The decision doesn't need to be made for a couple more weeks, at least." "It's kind of at that beginning stage.

In fact, a little bit of persistence can go a long way with women.

At the same time, it’s easy to lose sight of when you should keep trying or when you’re better off letting it go.

Yeah, maybe she does like you, but not enough to give up the feeling of having you want her. They’ll keep trying and trying for as long as the girl keeps them around or leads them on.

Be careful you don’t fall into the trap of “wanting what you can’t have.” I’ve worked with guys who pursue a single girl for months and it goes nowhere. Here’s what I’m getting to: a man who values himself and his time isn’t going to keep going after someone who doesn’t reciprocate his feelings.