I hate playing dating games
Instead, he will spend most of his time being distracted by a game that won’t provide anything for himself and his woman.
It will be fun for him, but it won’t do anything positive for her or their relationship.
Playing with someone's emotions can even lead to fights, name-calling, breakups, divorce, and other things of that nature.
So my advice to all my fellow mind-gamers is always that, although I know games can be mischievously fun, it's important to recognize when enough is enough and pull the plug before you cross that point of no return.
A woman wants to be with a man who is striving to make their survival easier and more comfortable.
As such, women are not instinctively attracted to men who hide from achieving that behind their liking for (or addiction to) video games.
All of a sudden he starts making unreasonable or impossible demands.
He might start suggesting and demanding that the two of you visit places or people he knows you don’t want to visit.
Below I will explore some of the most common psychological games and their dynamics.
If you suspect that your significant other may be playing one on you, all is not lost. If you understand how and why he is pushing you, you will be able to play the player at his own game and come out ahead.