Playing games while dating
There is a careful balance between being cool and acting cool.
Another tactic often used to play it cool is to be vague, or even secretive, however, it is much better to be authentic and drip feed details about yourself.
This is especially true when it comes to talking about past relationships or other people you might be dating, as it can be a real turn-off for your date to picture you with other people.
If you have to share details about your ex (perhaps in the case of children) then keep it light, positive and brief.
A classic tactic when playing it cool is to not reply back to a text or e-mail on the same day, however an e Harmony poll of 1,000 singletons found that being stand-offish is no longer enticing, with only 4% agreeing you should wait before replying to a message.
People who keep themselves occupied with hobbies, classes and activities sound more cool, interesting and intriguing than those who vaguely claim to be ‘super busy’ all the time.In the early dates, it is best to talk about your work and interests, interspersed with a few intriguing facts, but hold back on the meatier information until you get to know one another better.This will make you more interesting and intriguing.Casually talking to the cutie by the bar or encouraging others to check you out, might sound like reliable ways to make your date see the green-eyed monster of jealousy, but such behaviour could also lead them to show you the door.Instead of playing these dangerous games, work on being the extraordinary catch that your date just can’t get enough of, because people are attracted to the way you make them feel rather than purely physical looks or the games men and women play.