Stop playing dating games
Games keep us on our toes, make the chase exciting, and are occasionally fun.The problem with games, though, is there is always a winner and a loser.Never lose the "basic" qualities about yourself that make you, you, just to impress someone. The right person will come along who will love these qualities. Don't be the "ideal" version of who you think they want because when your true self comes out, you won't mesh the way you expected. If you like something, say it, and if you don't like something, say it. Say the relationship does work out, two months down the line you're past the "honeymoon phase" and something goes unexpectedly. If your family is a priority to you, they should understand that part of you. Just because you were that different version of yourself at first, it doesn't guarantee they're going to stick around forever. Suddenly your overly protective side comes out, that they didn't realize you had because you've been suppressing it for so long. If they can't see that, then maybe they aren't the right one for you. Don't worry about what kind of a front you're putting up, you need to be 100 percent the person you are.
If someone is interesting to you, chances are they're interested in you too and if they're not then keep moving. When you're too caught up you try to change yourself whether you realize it or not.Do you really want to be in a relationship with the wrong person? It's better to be alone, than lonely with the wrong one. If you're fully yourself and it doesn't work out then you know it wasn't the right situation to be in. Myth: Dating is a numbers game and the more dates you go on, the more likely you are of hitting the relationship jackpot. We're always trying to show the right emotions, have the right responses and do something someone else would want us to do. Just the other day, I was talking to one of my friends, trying to figure out what the right thing was to say back to a guy for her.What's too far, what's not enough, how to keep him interested.