Have you ever had – what you considered – a great date, and then you never heard from the guy again? Then you start thinking about everything that you said, how you “blew it,” what you did to scare him away and so on. You may even reach out to your friends, divulging every detail of your date to see if they could pinpoint where you went wrong?
Teasing always gets a bad rap when it comes to dating, but when it comes to sex, it’s the best thing, since well sex.
Teasing is the best way to start up something steamy and the longer you savor the suspense, the better.
You know those delicious moments leading up to sex? Imagine if you could prolong all that sexual tension, the sizzling sense of anticipation and draw it out until you just can’t take it anymore. You have to have each other right then, right there, right now
This is why I’m teaching you the art of teasing.
This concept has been preached about by countless dating gurus, a book was written about it, and a movie was produced, but it is always good to reiterate that sometimes… he is just not that into you.
I used to do the same thing that most women do. When a guy didn’t call me back or ask me out after what I considered to be a great date, I would immediately come up with a thousand scenarios about why that may have happened. He lost his phone. He was busy at work. He called but the call never went through! You name it, I just like all of you, have tried to rationalize it.
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