It’s meant to help people who so dread rejection that they never initiate relationships. But as always this piece of advice can be taken too far, and it can prove to be highly detrimental — even harmful — when it veers off course. It’s not healthy to drown in anxiety and fear, but swinging to the opposite end isn’t any better.
You can care too much and you can care not at all, but the best balance is right in the middle.
This is when playing hard comes in handy as a way to see if they pursue you even when you aren’t pursuing them.
It does not mean this: Along similar lines, common wisdom says that you need to make your significant other jealous from time to time in order to keep them on their toes.
Instead of looking for workarounds and shortcuts, maybe the answer is to spark personal growth Not everyone has to be an entrepreneur, but everyone can learn something from the entrepreneur.
By tapping into some of those entrepreneurial traits, you can radically alter your own life in an upward direction.. Everyone preaches it, and everyone swears by it, but is it actually helpful?
If you don’t know what those terms mean, consider yourself lucky.
The red pill approach to relationships takes its name from a scene in “Red pillers” preach that all romantic relationships are based on a power struggle, and the only way for men to win is by manipulating women through sexual strategy.
To them, women are toys and if you can push their buttons in the right order at the right time, they’ll sleep with you. That’s enough proof to declare this tactic as absolutely terrible, isn’t it?
If “being yourself” was enough, wouldn’t you be in a relationship by now?