Not playing the dating game
Yet, as we mature, we outgrow these games and learn to date without them.
Remember, you’re dating to find somebody special, and that shouldn’t require manipulation or following some sort of playbook. They want a partner who is interesting, challenging, exciting, and fun, but that doesn’t mean the relationship has to be difficult.
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Do you remember your parents telling you “Treat people how you want to be treated?
” At first it just sounds like good advice, but it’s also a warning. If you play inconsiderate mind games, they’ll start playing back.
You miss out on meaningful and beautiful relationships because people don’t want complications.
Part may stem from personal insecurities accompanied with a fear of committing, or it might be a natural habit.
When we started dating as teens, these games were normal practice because we were all unsure how to date.
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If you are having a hard time not sabotaging your relationships, you need to work on yourself and figure out why you’re doing it.