There are a couple of reasons why women might seem like they're keeping you on your toes:
- She's Just Not That Into You When a woman truly digs you, it's pretty evident. Her age, experience level, and various other factors aside, if she's into you, she won't play hard to get just for kicks.
You'll notice it in her words, her availability, her body language, and her actions when she's around you. But if you're constantly doing the chasing, it might be a red flag—she's probably not feeling it.
Maybe she's got a queue of admirers, and you're not topping that list. So, she's making you put in the effort to win her over.
- She's Not Feeling Safe Sometimes, a woman might not feel entirely safe around you, likely due to past not-so-great experiences with men. She's cautious, building barriers to guard her heart. Consequently, she makes you work hard to win her over, thinking the more effort you put in, the more devoted you'll be.
However, that belief often doesn't hold water.
Here's the Real Deal: Why Chasing Isn't Cool
Chasing women can sidetrack you from your real goals.
Think about it: If your main focus is chasing after a woman, it's diverting your attention from what truly matters in life.
What about your ambitions, aspirations, and dreams? Now's the time to go after them! Spending all your time chasing women instead of those dreams might leave you realizing your goals are slipping away.
Instead of chasing women, chase your dreams. And here's a kicker: Once you achieve success, guess who might be doing the chasing? That's right—women.
So, shift that focus onto your dreams. Nail those, and the women might just come knocking.