What does the long game mean in dating?

What does the long game mean in dating?

Dating these days comes with a lot more terms than it used to, and the newest of such terms is “long-gaming.” It refers to having someone– say a good friend, or a co-worker– that you’re interested in or have chemistry with, but aren’t dating at the moment that you keep around.

What should I do if she plays hard to get?

Play hard to get too.

  1. Flirt with her sparingly. Keep her guessing if you’re really interested in her.
  2. Stay mysterious. Drop hints about yourself to keep her curious about who you are.
  3. Some girls, even if they’re the ones playing hard to get, might not appreciate this approach.

What does it mean to be playing the long game?

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Play the long game. Playing the long game means taking the necessary steps, now, to set yourself up for long-term success. It means not sacrificing long-term gains for short-term wins. Unless something unexpected happens, you’re looking at anywhere from a 30-50 year career.

What’s a long game?

Noun. long game (plural long games) A long-term strategy or endeavor.

Does reapproaching a girl actually work?

Yes, sometimes in a club or a bar re-approaching can work because everything is changing. Maybe that girl who blew you off was just in a bad mood. If you’re not reapproaching, you leave so much on the table as far as possible options.

Should I approach a girl a second time after rejection?

The framework you are operating on is a little faulty. You should go into the situation with a mindset of abundance, not scarcity. If you approach girls a second time after they rejected you, they will instantly think: “This guy doesn’t get many girls if he approaches me a second time. He is pretty needy.

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Should I spoil the movie for her?

Don’t SPOIL the Movie For Her! Don’t spoil the fun experience of going through the movie not being sure how it will end. In dating, this means ruining the suspense and anticipation she gets from not knowing if you want to be her boyfriend. You always hear “nice guys finish last”… or “don’t be a nice guy”.