When you have a job, there could be a policy that if you’re late 3 times, you'll get fired.
When you don't have a policy with guys, your decision making will be based on how you feel about the person.
Most women, and people in general, don't have those kinds of standards. People think of standards as how good-looking a guy is and how well he treats you. You also need to have boundaries - the things you will or will not accept.
One of the boundaries that everyone should have is to never chase. Even if you're losing a guy, don’t chase.
I was once seeing a girl who suddenly stopped responding to my text. I did not double text her. That is my policy. Even with the potential for the time of my life, I stuck with it.
In the long term, I might meet a girl who's testing me to see how much I want it. She’ll see how I didn't double text her.
Although this girl didn't text me back, I still trust the process. When you trust the process, you will lean on it. In the long term, when it hits, it hits
When you're flimsy, they may come back to you, but I would rather have a woman's respect over sex. As a result, a girl might refer me to a friend or at least say that I'm not needy.
I value self-respect over sex. Be able to control yourself.
Even when you had an amazing night, don't chase him. If he is acting cold, don't chase him. When you see that a guy is being indifferent, you have to punish that with indifference.
It may be hard because you don't want to but you have to trust the process.
You have to look back at your life. Look back at the time you decided to chase. How did it go?
Take pride in not chasing. You almost have to resent people who make you chase. If you lose them then you lose them. There's other people out there. The main thing is to trust the process.
Don't double text. Don't use a lot of hahas and lols. Start bland when texting. You only open up when he starts to open up.
We discuss this in greater detail in my course.... click here.