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.But a bit ironic, given that MEN themselves are masters of game playing in relationships.Maybe it's a cultural thing and my untrained American ear was the problem, but I struggled waaaay too much with trying to discern if the voice I was hearing was a new voice or not.This was my first Yakuza game ever and sub-stories were my favorite part of the game, but as amazing as the Call Dating ones are, they can really try your patience.The game is a blast for both parties involved – until a woman finds herself wondering why the man who was “crazy for her” and “couldn’t get enough of her” has poofed after a few rolls in the hay.Girl’s Game Changer: In order the separate the man who actually DOES fall in love with you at first sight and CAN go the distance from the players, a woman must pace the relationship.We’ve all been put in the position of the dating waiting game. You go out on a great date and then wait for them to call you back, or you send them a message and wait for a response for what seems like forever, or you reach out one way or another and are stuck waiting for something, ANYTHING. Not only does it give you anxiety, it can ruin your day or week. My question is how long do I wait for someone to call back?You wait by the phone, you check it often, you have your friends call or text to make sure it still works. Does the 3 day rule still apply to call back after a date? I’ve sometimes taken the initiative and other times I haven’t with the same result.
"Andrew looks like Brad Pitt's little brother, and I knew he was used to women being at his beck and call," she says. But I'm all ears now.' He felt lucky to have caught up with me." How everybody wins: Men, says Argov, equate longing with love.
Absence creates anticipation and a feeling of "If I don't see her now, I'll die." When he calls, "let your voice mail pick up now and then," says Sherry Argov, author of .
"It shows him that you're worth the wait and effort.
That’s when your standards and logic go out the window and in flies expectation, excitement, impulsiveness and irrationality.
Why is that a problem if you both really like each other?