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Usually, once the game is over and the chase is gone, we get bored, and it’s on to the next one.
Once we’ve finally got what we wanted, it’s a 50 percent chance that we will either get bored and start searching for the next thing “out of our reach,” or we will realize that the chase was worth it, and this is the person we’ve been searching for.
Unfortunately, the “game” of dating isn’t going away anytime soon, so to be a successful “player” in this never-ending game, you must learn how to play the right way.
See, a lot of people have mastered this skill set, Unfortunately, I have not.
I agree, the whole dating games are immature and childish, but they work. It's how you know you can dig your hooks into someone and make them think about you and what you might be up to, despite how painful and annoying they are.
The famous line really is true — it’s not you, it’s them.Bottom line message here is that dating really sucks. Not everyone plays these stupid “reindeer games” as one of my cousins calls it, and you’re lucky if you find someone who doesn’t.The truth of the matter is that we, unfortunately, love a good chase.They’re “not ready” to settle down, or they’re just not worth your time, anyway. You obviously cared a lot more about them than the person constantly playing “hard to get."To be completely honest, I don’t really like "the unknown" or when things are left up in the air.I like knowing what's up, even if it is the painful truth that hey, maybe this person actually doesn't like me at all.