Dating or sex games

Unless one/both of you are working or have family commitments on Saturdays, that’s when he gets to see you. Say no to Thursday, Friday, Sunday, Monday…you get the idea. But resist you must.” Usually, when he breaks it off, it’s broken forever. Sometimes you’ve crowded and scared a guy, and the break up is his was of reasserting his space. There is another common game men play – it’s actually a word game, where they pretend they have never heard of and certainly cannot pronounce such words as “marriage,” “commitment” and “children.” Deftly winning this game requires delicate skill, and deserves an entire blog on the subject.

Once again, a man who is just marking time with you won’t “put up with such games” from women – which is precisely what we want! So tune in next time for “Engaged by Christmas.” Meanwhile, women interested in learning the hard-to-get-but-easy-to-be-with approach to dating can try a free ten minute consultation for a limited time by visiting

They are reportedly 29% more likely to have had a friend with benefits relationship and 26% more likely to have filmed sex at some point in their lives.

, you’ll have your spouse choosing between the deal you’ve created or the options behind the doors!

Sure, a guy who’s just looking to get laid won’t put up with such “games from women.” In other words, you’ll weed out those who want only one thing. At worst, this is when men try to pass off “booty calls” as spontaneous gestures of missing you and needing you.

At best, it’s just laziness, lack of organization, or taking a woman’s time and schedule for granted.

Either way, it doesn’t really make a gal feel special or respected when a man calls right before he wants to see her.

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My last blog on top dating mistakes women make caused an uproar among male readers who complained my advice encouraged women to “play games.” Not a huge surprise, since the most common dating blunders are a boon to lazy men looking for casual flings.

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But a bit ironic, given that MEN themselves are masters of game playing in relationships.

In fact, the tough love coaching I give my clients is aimed at protecting women from falling victim to such games. I’m sure female readers could cite hundreds of examples.

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