They tease us with clever poems, roses, daily texts and calls, only to turn around in the blink of an eye and completely disappear or disappoint us.
Their behavior can be confusing, frustrating and maddening.
Regardless of your age, having kids means you have more than just yourself to consider when it comes to the consequences of a relationship.
Or we commit little white lies to make ourselves look better, or to avoid hurting other people's feelings. Love is already complex enough without having to navigate a minefield of half-truths and gamesmanship.
When you play games, you're just wasting everybody's time.
Those private moments have given me a unique window into understanding the different types of dating games men play and their underlying motivation for playing.
Who hasn’t fallen for that grand opening dating game, where they lure us with intoxicating conversations, funny dates, a perfect little heart necklace, delicious kisses and more? Fortunately, I’ve logged many therapy hours listening to men as they’ve opened up and explored their deepest needs and fears.
He struts over to the girl, places his hand on the small of her back and whispers into her ear, “Happy to see me? But guys aren’t the only ones guilty of game playing.