Tired of playing dating games
I want a serious commitment with someone that’s ready for me. This is a very common assertion, and I believe it is usually false for one reason: intent.
Let’s start with a working definition: Playing games: intentionally manipulating someone to keep him/her guessing and off-balance. I can’t handle this.” Are these messages all over the map? Are they so inconsistent that any reasonable woman would feel highly confused?
Still, in many relationships, both genders (either consciously or unconsciously) expect the guy to be the initiator and the girl to be the responder.
Remember a lot of guys act tough and macho, but inside they also are very much afraid of rejection. You may want to help each other out by making a simple suggestion.
Being emotionally open and vulnerable isn’t easy, but it might have GREAT rewards or at the very least allow you to move on. Which means that men who are really interested in you will likely want to take you off the market in 2-6 weeks. I was caught between wanting to be with her and being annoyed with her. But that doesn’t mean that sleeping with you is a game, or that vacillating between freedom and commitment is a game. But she started behaving in ways that really rubbed me the wrong way.It can get in the way of a deep meaningful relationship.Dawn asked: Why do guys bother with the mind games? There could be a number of reasons why guys or girls play mind games, and sometimes they don’t even know they are playing games because they are so unaware of their own needs, much less yours. It is the way they go about getting those needs met that can be selfish and hurtful. It’s very important for the person who’s playing mind games with you to know that you know the game is being played. Read about how to “have a meaningful relationship here.