Dating and giving space

The harder a woman has to work for your attention, the more valuable you seem to her.

Women are suspicious of men who are too attentive too early on.

He missed the wooing and wondering what the other person was doing and the anticipation of whether or not they liked each other, which is a huge part in building that initial attraction in a relationship.

The takeaway from this is that while Travis was probably a great guy with good intentions, Lisa felt overwhelmed and suffocated by the attention she was receiving from him from so early on in their relationship.

Most of the time, women don’t know that he has a girlfriend unless they’re told, so they work harder for his attention. In conclusion, it’s important to understand how women communicate differently than men.

They act extra cute and flirtatious and try to mirror his aloofness. For most men, one of their strengths in communication is that they are direct and to the point.

The best way to increase attraction is not to smother your crush, but to give her some space to come to you.

It’s like Travis missed a huge step in the courting period.

He’ll come in and go out – like a rubber band – while he works out his feelings and digs deeper to find his ability to go the distance in a real relationship.

Meanwhile, he’s also making sure he “holds on” to his sense of self, his life, and his independence.

When a man becomes distant, sometimes the way a woman communicates her feelings to him makes him want to withdraw even more.

But if you know these three steps, you can turn this into an opportunity to connect with him and make him want to come even closer to you. Maybe he doesn’t mention seeing you this weekend, or he gets off the phone a little earlier than usual. You sense a shift in the way he is with you, and it doesn’t feel good. As a woman, our first instinct is to try to fix the situation by getting closer to him.

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