One of the games that women like to play is the “give me a compliment” game. For example, if you’re wearing a new pair of earrings, and your guy doesn’t notice something ‘different’ about you, don’t get upset.Instead of badgering him about not noticing what’s different, you could simply ask him if he likes the new pair of earrings that you have on.
This is where he pretends to care about you more than he actually does at the beginning in order to get you into bed.
As women we crave emotional intimacy, so it’s not difficult for a man to combine earnest questions and over-the-top compliments to create the illusion of trust and connection that usually precedes sexual intimacy.
But too many games can also be a sign of insecurity, a attitude or even an early power-grab to get the upper hand in the relationship.
Real relationships don’t thrive on gamesmanship, and it may even undermine your chances at a functional and enduring love affair.
Playing mind games and making a relationship difficult doesn’t make you more interesting, it just drives people away.
You miss out on meaningful and beautiful relationships because people don’t want complications.
Unfortunately, however, the battle cry we too often seem to get from you ladies is, “Let the games begin!
” It is normal to some extent to “feel out” your new partner or potential mate with some tests, trials and curveballs.
When women start dating new men, it might be appropriate to say, “Gentlemen, start your engines!