I am still dating the same girl I had talked about a couple months ago, but right now, it is at a point where the only way I can keep things going is by pushing and pulling emotionally We just had a conversation last Saturday about our dates, expectations and she said that she liked everything about me, that she thinks we have potential, and I agree, I thought it was a great conversation and I felt good after we talked But then, the behavior suddenly becomes inconsistent, so the only way I find to keep things interesting is by "creating some tension" and then "pulling".
This time, it will have to be an entire week without any communication and I don't feel bad about it. What is this behavior that suddenly becomes "inconsistent"? And what do you mean by needing to "keep things interesting"?
What you're describing is game-playing and that's not how healthy relationships work, IMO. You're trying to keep something rolling that has no wheels. When you meet the right person, you won't even stop and think about such stupid games. I can't believe what some of you do to make dating so difficult.
You remain unpredictable, and refuse to fall into a “courting” frame.In both extremes, failure or unwillingness to read the woman's nonverbal communication is a big part of the underlying problem.Understanding body language, proximity and position, eye contact etc doesn''t come naturally to everyone, but these are skills that can be improved upon with effort. One of the most important axioms of body language is this: When there is a conflict between verbal and nonverbal communication, the nonverbal message is usually the truth.On the other hand, you continue to provide opportunities for her to spend time with you, you continue to provide her with good emotions, and you continue to escalate kino.We’ve already seen some examples of PUA push-pull in other articles so far.