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Man dating and the game they play in relationship

The first step to finding love is loving who you are first, so take whatever steps necessary to like who you are. You’ll play games to get your way, push your partner to “prove their love,” and other unhealthy practices.

Your friends, coworkers, and family might want to set you up with somebody, but if they see you playing mind games, they won’t.

You might think no one is paying attention to your relationship, but they are.

How could he disappear after he was so totally into me? The Value of Understanding Men’s Deadly Dating Patterns"You come to love not by finding the perfect person, but by seeing an imperfect person perfectly." ~Sam Keen In the just released paperback version of Love in 90 Days, I devote a whole new chapter to the 16 most common Men’s Deadly Dating Patterns based on personality types.

That’s why dating and relationships can be so confusing and frustrating.

Yet, as we mature, we outgrow these games and learn to date without them.

Remember, you’re dating to find somebody special, and that shouldn’t require manipulation or following some sort of playbook. They want a partner who is interesting, challenging, exciting, and fun, but that doesn’t mean the relationship has to be difficult.

Some people may confuse these two ideas and think an interesting person automatically equals a more challenging relationship.

Others think that being an independent person means relationships can’t be easy because they are used to not depending on another.

Did you get out of an abusive relationship and still carrying the wounds?

Find what’s hurting you mentally so you can get into a healthy relationship.

Playing mind games and making a relationship difficult doesn’t make you more interesting, it just drives people away.