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4 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Play Hard To Get | KOKO Brides
Monday, June 17, 2024

    4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Play Hard To Get

    Playing hard to get sounds like a safe plan, as most people would find comfort in a secure relationship. But for some, the insecurity of not really knowing where a relationship is going seems like heartbreak.

    While some people may believe in playing hard to get as a dating strategy, it’s important to consider the potential drawbacks and negative implications it can have on relationships and on the person on the other end. Here are reasons why you should not play hard to get if you genuinely love someone

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    1. It gives Mixed signals: Playing hard to get often gives the vibe that you’re not interested, because if you were interested, and sure it won’t take too long to show or say it. It makes the other party confused because it’s a 50-50 situation, at the end of the day you’re either sure or you’re not.2. It Causes Discouragement: By playing hard to get, you can discourage the other party who is genuinely interested and cock sure about going further with you. They may interpret your unavailability as a lack of reciprocation, leading them to move on to someone else who is more approachable.

    3. Building trust and communication: Relationships will always bloom on trust and open communication. Playing hard to get can hinder the foundation of trust and effective communication, as it often involves game-playing or withholding emotions. Healthy relationships are built on mutual understanding and clarity.

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    4. Stress and Emotional Imbalance: It’s entirely stressful to play the lover and still play mind games because it leaves the other person second guessing the process, instead of thinking about the process of dating, the worry turns to “hope i didn’t skip a step?”  or “am i not good enough”. It makes the whole thing complicated and takes out the enjoyment or fun in any relationship.

    Instead of playing hard to get, consider focusing on open communication, compatibility and build a connection based on mutual interest and respect, setting clear boundaries, and being authentic in your interactions. Building healthy relationships requires genuine effort, understanding, and respect for one another’s feelings and needs.hard

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