All of the men that you DO NOT want are chasing you around the bar.
All of the men that you DO want really want nothing to do with you.
So, why does nature create such a game of cat and mouse?
It’s simple. When you actually like a guy, instead of being that fun, playful “challenge” that all men adore, you transform into your alternate ego, attempting to “make him work for it.”
Please watch this video to learn specifically how you might be turning guys off by “trying too hard” and ways to avoid it in the future.
So, now that you’re much more aware of how you might be playing “hard-to-get”, it’s time to take this newly found awareness into the “field” for testing.
The next time you’re out with your friends meeting guys, I want you to be keenly aware of your body language, your voice tonality, and your conversations with guys that you are clearly not attracted to.
Then, I’d like you to take note on the same actions and reactions with guys that you are NOT attracted to.
How do they differ?
Do you notice that you act much differently with guys that you really like? How? Let me in on the details in the comment section below.
Now that you’re more aware of the difference, it’s time to bridge that gap, and treat him just like every other guy you have met.