Dating guy games
I really don’t like playing games but this guy I’m involved with is being very confusing and I can’t tell if it’s just a game or not.
Is there a way to break the texting game or is that who that person is by nature and there’s nothing that can be done? Honestly, there’s no winning if you view a relationship as a game in the first place.
And, dating by the numbers makes you more comfortable with the “meet and greet” process. She met her ideal man when she was “off duty.” After months of frenzied dating, her friends coerced her into going out for fun. Not planned, and in this case, with no apparent effort on her part. The numbers game is a vehicle that shows us what we really want.
No matter what style of dating you like, from a casual coffee date with low expectations to a formal dinner, each and every outing clarifies the qualities needed in your preferred partner. This is what enables us to recognize our true mate when we meet them.
but it doesn’t always work that way and in reality, a strong, mutually satisfying relationship isn’t an exchange…
it’s two people coming together as a unit and complementing each other and bringing out the best in one another.
In light of that, ongoing reciprocity in a relationship (in the largest sense) is an illusion.
If you’re going to look for anything, look for someone whose nature makes you happy…
” I am not advocating staying in a bad relationship.Meanwhile, Floyd makes Marcus work at his roofing company in order to teach him the value of a college education.I hate the whole game of one person sending a text and the other waiting two hours before responding, even if they have their phone and aren’t busy, just so they don’t seem desperate.You can have love or you can have someone you compete against… but in the long term, it always results in guardedness, resentment, and withholding…and if that’s what characterizes the relationship, then it’s not a win on any level.