Too available dating
Too available dating
He wanted to know why women seemed to lose interest in him and stopped calling so we performed an experiment.He was asked not to call the women he dated, maybe once but after that let the women chase.
If you are free both days at the weekend, one is for you; one is for your date at first.
You need to be willing to open your heart, but not to the point where it’s detrimental to your own well-being. While I think it’s silly to play hard to get just for the sake of it (not to mention a giant waste of time), having personal boundaries and not putting yourself out there too much are important, too.
In other words, There’s a huge difference between being “open to love” and being “too available.” Are you willing to drop everything for someone else? Do you always message him back immediately because you fear that if you don’t, he might think you’ve lost interest? Being open to finding love means you’re in a healthy place and open to adding a partner into the mix — just not at the cost of all the other awesome things going on in your life.
The longer a person is made to chase and fall for you within reason, the more likely that love may blossom.
Peak too early and you have little left to offer and emotions may never have had the time to develop.
They would leave messages, he didn't reply, if he did it was a while later.
So they would pop into the bar to see him but he never offered to make new arrangements first though he maintained their interest levels and very soon he discovered that the girls were now chasing him!
Here is a truth, most people are too available; far too available when dating.
Think about the things you aspire to, good clothes, expensive Italian car perhaps, Tiffany jewellery, Rolex watches, and a 100 foot yacht. The fact is, the things we most want or desire in life are often the least accessible.
When we meet someone we really like we stop playing games, we want to be with them, we want to see them 24 hours a day, and our waking hours are devoted to our next meeting.
The problem is, our date may not see things the same way and soon boredom can set in.
The right person will also want you to have personal boundaries.