Think you're just being "friendly" by sending him a flirty text or baking him a birthday cake? Truth is, you're probably doing more harm than good and pushing him away instead.
THRILL OF THE CHASE
A few months ago I introduced readers to the Seven Dwarves of Smallness. Others call them your demons, but I think that gives them too much power. The Seven Dwarves are the gatekeepers to your soul. They are there to protect who you really are. I'm here to stick up for them, because the truth is, they have a very important job. They were put in place to keep your greatest gifts safe from harm.
27 things men say that are total turn-offs. 20 gifts you absolutely don't want. Enjoying the chase of a new relationship. A new couples' holiday survival guide. Some authors are terrible at writing about sex. Some condom ads are downright scary. How to make sex more spiritual. And, can you dump him before Christmas?
As I wrote about last week, there's something fundamentally attractive about the so-called chase. If someone seems unattainable, our desire for them goes into overdrive. And now this fact is scientifically proven, thanks to new research.
I will never be reasonable in my choices of men. I will never go for the one who likes me immediately, I will never want the who makes me feel as though I earned him with my charms and quirks. I'll go for the one whose intentions and feelings I'm never quite sure of, who may have a skeleton or two in his closet.