Dating and head games
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.
Just know that you deserve love and a healthy, supportive, relationship.
It is the way they go about getting those needs met that can be selfish and hurtful. It’s very important for the person who’s playing mind games with you to know that you know the game is being played. Read about how to “have a meaningful relationship here.
You may want to confront them directly, and ask what exactly their motives are in your relationship. Perhaps they are unaware of his manipulative and game-playing ways.
You miss out on meaningful and beautiful relationships because people don’t want complications.
Part may stem from personal insecurities accompanied with a fear of committing, or it might be a natural habit.
When we started dating as teens, these games were normal practice because we were all unsure how to date.
This will do one of two things: it will either challenge them to stop the games with you and move on to someone else, or they’ll quit not only messing with your head, but also with your heart. Someone once said, A liar will first lie to himself before lying to others.
Your willingness to lovingly, but firmly, confront someone on what they have clearly been doing may help them to stop a game they may not even know their playing.