November 4th, 2013
Have you ever had this experience?
You just started dating someone and you have no idea how they feel about you.
You like them but you feel like things just aren’t quite going as smooth as you want. They aren’t making plans with you ahead of time, and EVEN WORSE, they text you late at night to “come hang with me and my buddies at the bar.”
And this annoys you. And so you want to play a game.
The game called “hard to get.”
So you tell them you’re busy, even though you’re not and hope that that gets the point across.
Because “he can’t just text me late at night and expect me to drop everything and come meet him!!! (JERK!!)”
But does that work? For the long term?
Does the point come across?
In today’s video, I talk about whether or not you should play hard to get, and the best way to have a smooth dating relationship with a new partner.
I share with you the one trick that works every time (or your money back guaranteed) to communicate what you want to communicate.
Watch the video and then let me know your experiences in the comments below.
We all have the tendency to want to play some games in the beginning of a new relationship.
Either we want to make sure we show them the absolute best sides of ourselves (and leave out all our bad habits and behavior like eating crackers in bed…’who me? I would NEVER do that’), or we want to try to manipulate the situation to help ensure that we will get what we want.
But are these games a good idea? Do they ACTUALLY get us what we want?
What have been your experiences? Do you tend to play games? How has that worked for you? If not, what works better?
I used to be really clueless about all of these things. And it has caused me a lot of pain in my life and I’ve ended up kissing way too many frogs.
It’s taken me some time to learn it. But luckily I had a community of friends, mentors and coaches to help teach me these things.
Sometimes it take a village to learn what we need to learn.
Which why I created the Wildheart Revolution. It’s on online space like no other.
The Coachella of Online Communities.
Inside you learn tricks like the one above. You have the space to ask whatever questions you want and be answered by various experts.
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You don’t have to do this alone. You can be part of a community and helps, supports, and teaches each other so you never have to kiss another frog again.
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