She got salty and upset and told me not to contact her again, but the truth is, it just made her want me more.Optimal play would have been to push back and show her more love, because if you pull away too hard she’ll think you’re a huge player with infinity options and won’t trust you.Here’s a sample list of different ways to push and pull.Push: I’m sure I forgot some so please add to this list by commenting at the bottom of the post.
If you push back every time she pushes, you’ll look like an eager beaver and she’ll know she’s got you wrapped around her finger.
Our automatic response is to chase when the "other" pulls away.
What was once readily available is suddenly gone, and no matter how hard we try to regain our partner's former affection, it now seems beyond our reach. They don't need more time to figure out their emotions. The phases of Hot and Cold: The "hot" phase begins with a bang of overwhelming recognition. Bathed in newfound attention, flattery and flirtation spark a strong attraction for this person.
Never ask out twice in a row, never send multiple texts (3 or more) without a response, never push for sexual escalation if she isn’t initiating at all either or at least showing signs of pleasure.
You could read about this shit for years but the only real way to learn it and execute is through practice and repetition.
For example, you can return her texts late or just send her one worded texts or something that will make her think why you don’t like her anymore. It’s supposed to be playful, so don’t say rude things to her or whatnot.