But putting casual flings to one side, how many of us genuinely want to see dating as a game?
Last summer I dated a guy who I knew from the start was ‘dangerous’!
One of the great parts of dating is how much you learn about yourself in the process.
Not only do you appreciate what traits you need and want in a partner, but you also have a rare opportunity to chat to complete strangers for a prolonged period of time.
The more relaxed you appear, the more attractive an option you become.
You definitely shouldn’t forget the game aspect of dating all together.If you’re looking for a long-term relationship, it can be easy to rush things and focus on the end game.However, you need to remember that relationships develop slowly. Try not to read too much into the early stages or put too much pressure on yourself or the other person.We devote time, money and our emotions to finding a partner. In recent years, pick up artists have gamified the dating world, using social triggers, patterns of behaviour, and accepted sexual norms to encourage men to ‘play’ women.Not to be outdone, the more widespread that pick up artistry has become, the more schools for women that have appeared, designed to play the men at their own game.