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What happens when the partner realises he/she is being played?
Fortunately, there are many ways to reach the same goal.
So, if this technique does not fit with your personality, then I suggest you check out some of my other articles.
If a partner is already interested and likes you, posing a challenge can turn up their desire.
If they are uncertain and not a little invested, however, it might be best to be more direct and engaging.
That will allow you time to build their interest and commitment in other ways first.
Put simply, playing hard to get works when your potential partner is already interested and when they think you are "likeable" and nice, but are not yet passionate about you.In addition, for the speed-date experiment, male participants either had some initial interest and had chosen the woman (commitment) or was randomly assigned the date (no commitment).Results from these experiments offered some insights about how playing hard to get works.When you become interested and open your soul and show him your true personality (nice and friendly), he losts his interest. What you call "being played", others often call "teasing", "flirting", or "seducing".And this is in spite I am young, educated, attractive woman with good manners and temper. Yes, sometimes too much of that type of behavior can lead to hard feelings and a strained relationship.The team hypothesized that playing hard to get might only work under certain circumstances—specifically, that such a strategy would only work when partners were already committed and emotionally invested in the relationship.