How To Make Him Work For It

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Now ladies, you can totally get this: once a guy shows interest in you and you do the same, they pull back. As women, once we start liking the guy, we give them more attention and the more we do, the more they ignore us. Many time we begin to chase the guy, initiating all conversations, arrange all dates and so on. This is an easy way to scare him off, instead employ a new set of tactics.

Men are natural hunters, and we are their prey. You make a mistake of running after him and he looks for another lady who is worth running after. Make him work for it, let him call you, text you, treat you, run after you. If you do the opposite then you are doing all the work for him and this puts off men.

I know you are wondering, how can I make him chase me?

1. Get A Life.
Most women get boyfriends and now they stop going for pizza offers with her friends because she has a guy. Have a life out of the relationship. This will excite a guy, and he will want to be part of your exciting life.

2. Don’t Be Too Available.
If you are too available for him, a guy will stop calling you out for dates earlier. He will start doing the last minute thing where he calls and goes like, ‘can I see you now?’ Now, this only means one thing, he was waiting for other better plans to come along and now that they have fallen through he has you as option number two. Say no at times. You have to learn to say no.

3.Prioritize Yourself.
Men respect women who prioritize themselves. This will make him see you as someone who is already independent and has her priorities.

4.Do Not Tolerate Disrespect
A mistake I’ve made in the past is showing a guy you can’t leave even when they disrespect you. A guy would be careful if he knows you are not afraid to put yourself out there. Yes, who wants to lose a good thing going on? No one, trust me, he is will behave better.

5. Have Standards.
You know you can do better and you deserve better. Date a guy who is worthy of you.Dating is a game, know the rules and play it better.

This article was written by Capital Campus Correspondent Rose Wughanga .

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