Their behavior can be confusing, frustrating and maddening. Part may stem from personal insecurities accompanied with a fear of committing, or it might be a natural habit.Games are not for men or women who want a real relationship.

The other day a guy left a long comment on this blog on how to get a woman playing games.

He was trying to help another guy understand what he needed to do to win a woman over. What I found funny was that this guy said, ‘Guys, don’t play girl’s games.’ (Which I agree with by the way.) And then he went on to list out a whole bunch of games of his own. Then learn when someone you like is playing games with you and don’t partake in those either.

she bails out at the last second and leaves you feeling stupid. Today I’m going to use science to explain why women act the way they do in terms of playing coy and stringing you along.

Looking back, I’ve noticed that I’ve written about a dozen or more blogs to shed light on how many men approach dating and mating. Men fear being overwhelmed and taken over in an all-consuming relationship.

Others think that being an independent person means relationships can’t be easy because they are used to not depending on another.

Playing mind games and making a relationship difficult doesn’t make you more interesting, it just drives people away.And yes, I think that women who play games are losers too.They obviously are not confident in themselves enough to just be themselves and find a guy who likes them for them.You miss out on meaningful and beautiful relationships because people don’t want complications.People starting thinking that maybe you aren’t Playing relationship games may be a sign of personal insecurities and that you feel like you don’t deserve a normal relationship.The fact is that there are plenty of men AND women playing games out there. Furthermore, not EVERY man or every woman is playing games.