I got this question a lot because people are frustrated with having to play games. These ‘games’ work best when you have a relationship with someone that just works naturally.
If a person really likes you, and you pull away, they're going to start chasing you. When they don't like you that much and there's not much chemistry, it takes more effort and you feel more frustration.
If you feel frustrated when you use these tactics, it means that you're using them with a guy whom things are not working out. You're not getting the feedback. He's not meant for you. You guys are just not compatible chemistry wise. Your body's chemistry do not align with each other.
It's like when you were a child and you were naturally drawn to playing basketball or, for girls, playing with Barbie. It's something that comes from deep inside of you.
Some people are born with certain likes and dislikes. Deep down there's also some kind of script relating to the kind of people that you're going to like. That will be changed and modified based on the experiences that you have.
As a result, there are just people who, when you see them, things naturally click. For some people, when you see them, things just don't click. Sometimes you click with them but they don't click with you.
The key is being in a situation where things click for you and the other person. Even when you click at different intensities, that may be enough.
These tactics are for instances when you have real chemistry because you won't need much to make it work.
Find a way to add breaks in your relationship. Ask yourself how you can make the other person miss you.
People don't always appreciate what they have until they lose it or almost lose it. Your responsibility is to always give them that jumpscare. Make them skip a beat but don’t give them a heart attack.
This is the part where many people f*** up. The reason why many people don't do this is because they’re wrapped up in emotion. They can't think rationally.
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