Anytime you like a guy, you think about where you stand in his head. You question whether or not they like you. The thing is, you don't give them that space to fear whether or not you like them.
When you like someone, you validate them. You let them know that you like them because you want them to know that they have you. The problem is you’re giving the guy too much power.
He has to feel that he hasn't won you over in order for him to value you. That's just how things are. What you have to do is notice your actions that tell the guy that you like him. Analyze your behavior.
Notice how you behave with men that you like and men that you don't like. How often do you text them? What do you do when a date is over?
Write down your behaviors. Whatever you do with guys that you don't like, you have to start doing with guys that you like. Doing this will take a lot of effort from your part because your emotions will get in the way. Your emotions will tell you not to do it.
Guys who don't like you will eventually like you when you communicate to them that you're not validating them. Humans are all thirsty for validation. Once you get someone’s validation, their value to you gets lower because you already got what you need.
It's like talking to someone in customer service, as soon as they help you, you would hang up. You see this in different forms of relationships. When you're starting out and text a guy a lot, he backs off and starts to get cocky. When you're in a relationship and you validate a guy, he stops doing things he used to do before.
What you need to do is make that motherfucker hungry for that s***. Make him hungry for your validation.
Make it a mission in your mind to never validate a guy or at least do it less frequently. Say less compliments. Remove the hahas and lols in your texts.
Show him that you like him from time to time, but balance that with not validating him sometimes.
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