We all know the feeling: that bubbly, excited thrill of possibility that comes from dating a new guy.But as exciting as it is to meet someone you can see as a potential boyfriend, it is important to play it cool without getting overwhelmed or overeager.Are you guilty of watching what you say to a man for fear of appearing “too forward?” Christian Carter explains how you might be accidentally sabotaging your chances of meeting and getting together with a great, available guy…and what does work to capture his interest.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Showing just enough interest to keep you feeling good about him but keeping himself at enough of a distance to show less availability and (in some cases) seem more attractive. Some forums can only be seen by registered members.
When we see each other we usually cuddle a lot, sometimes I sleep over but we have never had sex. Showing just enough interest to keep you feeling good about him but keeping himself at enough of a distance to show less availability and (in some cases) seem more attractive.
No amount of that type of mystery is a good thing, and here’s how to spot if a guy is simply playing hard to get, or just playing you.
Signs that he’s playing hard to get If your potential boyfriend-to-be possesses any of the following traits, he may just be playing hard to get in order to keep you interested. When someone is trying to play hard to get, their first thought is to not text back right away.
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Ok, so I've been seeing this guy for like a month and he is sooooooooooooo effing confusing.