The Skills You Need to Rock the Single Life
Whether you’re a game-playing mastermind or you don’t realize you’re doing it at all, playing games is just part of the single life. If you’re single, no matter your age, you have two things that coupled people don’t have: You have the whole dating world open to you and you have tons of competition to contend with.
I Don’t Play Games
Being single requires the skill of a chess champion. Some strategic moves could get you the very thing you desire, but being too anxious could lead you back to square one. Instinctively, we enjoy the push and pull, or the yin and yang, but if you’re saying to yourself, “That’s not me,” you’re either correct, fooling yourself or you’re just unaware of what you’re doing. Let’s see.
Sorry, I’m Busy
Nothing feels more victorious than trying to attain the unattainable. You go out on a date and it’s instant chemistry. You can’t wait to see each other again. The next date is even hotter, smoldering, simmering. Then you get the call for date number three and you want to say yes, but you totally don’t want to seem like you have no life outside of dating. It may kill you. It may thrill you, but you say, “Sorry, I’d love to go out with you, but I’m busy.” Make them miss you a little. Make them wonder what you’re really doing when you’re not with them.
There’s nothing wrong with games as long as they don’t hurt anyone. For some people, falling into relationship/couple mode is easy and happens quite quickly but for the majority of us, games are just part of the dating dance.
Reviving the Ex
If you’ve been dating for a while and things are starting to feel a little stale, nothing adds a tiny spark better than a little jealously. After a few sighs and a troubled look on your face your lover asks, “What’s wrong?” You hesitate, maybe add another sigh, and then you tell them, “It’s my ex. He’s been calling me again.” If your date seems even slightly jealous, even if it causes a small fight, you’re smiling inside because they wouldn’t be jealous if they didn’t really care, right? Now you have the answer to the question you’ve been asking yourself of late, “How much does he really care?”
Other games we play may be breaking a date at the last minute or countering our lover’s flirting with a little flirting of our own or even hinting at wearing something sexy underneath for shock value. You’re not bad. You’re not wrong to do it. The games single people play are just part of human nature and games can keep you ahead of the competition.
Games are looked upon as something we don’t condone. We profess we don’t play them ourselves. But deep down on some unconscious level we know that the things that make being single so fun are the games single people play. Looking for the right person to get together with? Give Psychic Saphira ext. 5243 a call to find out what’s going on in your dating life.