Quite often this type of person just needs someone to talk to or to give them advice.
You might feel like their best friend and that things are going well, but it’s possible that you are just a feel good friend that makes them feel better about themselves.
The guy or girl playing hard to get will still give off those tell tale signs that we just mentioned.
If you’ve tried to arrange a date, but it has been cancelled, the person playing hard to get will have a genuine reason for not showing up.They will also probably have another time and date in mind so you two can get together.But the fact that they still give you some kind of encouraging signal suggests that you are the one they want to get “caught” by.But if you find yourself in the situation of not knowing whether they will even answer your calls, then the chances are, you are not their type.Like John Travolta’s character Danny Zuko in Grease, the men of today (and yesteryear) all labour through the trials of dating under the misguided notion that “playing it cool” gets the girl. Well, if the dating game today is anything to go by, then apparently we do.
Following “The Rules” that state that you cannot seem too interested in a guy is probably the wrong way to go about getting your man. Do we really think that “treat ’em mean to keep ’em keen” is really all it’s cracked up to be?
They will remember things that you have told them and will try to bring up common interests in conversation.
The uninterested person will remember very little of what you have told them and will try their best to avoid asking you anything too personal.
It seems that the dating world is full of guys being overly cool and girls being uncommonly cold.
How then, can we find our perfect match if both guys and girls try their best to seem uninterested?
The results show that those seeking a long term relationship had a better success rate when playing hard to get. Our subconscious is probably telling us that if your prospective partner is willing to put in the hard work, then they are probably in for the long haul.