Eventually she’ll warm up to you and see that you’ve got what it takes to withstand her games - and she’ll become attracted to you.
Then proceed normally, but stay vigilant to any further games and deal with them appropriately.
"Most people are courteous enough to do the absolute minimum on a date: finish whatever activity you're doing together and devote sufficient time out of respect for the other person," he says.So provided your date's not running out with an "emergency text from a roommate" after twenty minutes, it's an easy first sign that things are going well.Make some offhand comments when she asks you something, frequently answer her questions vaguely in a matter that shows little thought or caring about her - and that will perk her interest right up.But don’t do it just for the sake of always saying no to her - make up your own mind on what you should accept and decline.But a woman like that won’t be with just anyone, so you need to realize that if you actually DO succeed in winning her over, dating her long-term or even hooking up with her short-term will be a constant roller-coaster of emotions, because she’s just that type of person - a mentally strong woman who likes drama, emotions and men of exceptional mental strength and well-developed personalities who can handle all of that.
Once she finds a man like that - she can devote herself fully to him.These types of games she’s playing are NOT malicious, they’re her method to test you and see if you’re good enough for her or if you’ll fold under pressure like most men do.It’s her way to screen and weed out the men who are lacking.The follow-up after a first date is rarely as simple as: "I like you, I had fun, let's get together again." There are layers of meaning in texts to unpack, not to mention timing: who reaches out first and how quickly does the other person respond? Either party can play coy because a) Low bar, we know, but hear us out.Though seeing the date through to its end may seem like an obligation for most people, Santos says there *are* exceptional dating disasters where you have to cut it short for your own sanity.What a shame that so many answers here tell you to just drop it because for some reason “games are bad” and that “she’ll never love you”.