Along with the happy feeling of wooing this woman, a man also gets an ego boost.It was him that she chose after all that playing hard to get, and not anyone else, so what does this make him in her eyes, an alpha male of sorts.Each silent treatment would last anywhere from two to three days to six weeks to six months before he hoovered back or before my begging at his door and endless onslaught of desperation letters forced him to give in.The Silent Treatment, for my ex and for many others, is a powerful narcissistic ploy and/or tactic and it gets the point across. Will it go on for a day, a week, a month or even longer? Women love playing hard to get, and they usually play hard to get even if they like the guy. Playing hard to get Guys may get frustrated when they have to put up with girls who play hard to get, but they too, would accept that they like it when girls play hard to get. [Read: What men like in women more than anything else] How to play hard to get with a guy We’ve seen it happen several times, in movies, amongst friends and in several other places full of frenzied dating activities.Knowing how to play hard to get with a guy is the difference between becoming desirable and being overlooked. The attraction of playing hard to get When most men were asked, they admitted that they love it when girls play hard to get. And how to learn to play hard to get, and make it work in your advantage? This is pretty much the “pre-courting” of the courting days in humans.
This is when that little smile or the fluttering eyelid and a hug or a cute public display of affection of sorts would give him a new source of renewed vigor.
And don’t we all know how much men love a good challenge.
When a man wants to woo a girl and sweep her off her feet, he’s doing this before any other fanciable man could sweep this girl away, amidst stiff competition.
[Read: The right way to talk to a guy and make him like you] Firstly, you should know that playing hard to get gives men something to fight for.
After all, men just have the most competitive and egoistic craniums in the history of the world.