Matchmaker spills the one thing women should never do if they want a man to like them: ‘They’ll never chase you if you do this’
- Dating expert Louanne Ward has shared what not to do to make a man chase you
- Perth matchmaker said you shouldn’t play ‘hard to get’ too soon
- You might think that you are making it more enthusiastic, but in fact it is quite the opposite.
- Instead, you should be polite, respond to messages, and let him warm up naturally.
- She shared why women don’t want to date men who always ‘play the victim’
A leading dating expert and matchmaker has revealed the one thing you need to stop doing if you want a man to chase you.
Louanne neighborhoodfrom Perth, said single women are guilty of ‘playing tough’ before a man is even interested.
And while they may think they’re making it even more enthusiastic, it’s actually quite the opposite.
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A leading dating expert and matchmaker has revealed the one thing you need to stop doing if you want a man to chase you (Louanne Ward pictured)
Louanne Ward (pictured), from Perth, said single women are guilty of “playing tough” before a man is interested.
“Ladies, here’s a tip for getting a man to chase you,” Louanne said in an Instagram video.
‘A man is not going to chase you unless you give him a chance to chase you. Playing hard to get before he takes an interest in you is not going to work.
She said that if you’ve been on a date or two and you think it’s time for him to start chasing you, you’re wrong, and he just won’t.
“At this stage, he hasn’t decided if he’s interested in you or not,” she said.
Do not play. Give him a chance to decide if he wants to pursue you.
After a date or two, Louanne said that you should “be polite, return her calls and respond to her messages.”
“Let him have a chance to decide if he wants to pursue you,” he said.
‘He’s not going to do that with you playing.’
Hundreds of people who saw the clip said they agreed with Louanne “one hundred percent.”
“Great advice Louanne,” one person commented.
Another added: ‘Don’t they decide at first glance if they are interested in us or not? Is it something that evolves over time? I did not know that’.
After a date or two, Louanne said that you should “be polite, return his calls and respond to his texts,” and give him a chance to decide if he wants to pursue you.
Earlier, the dating expert (pictured) shared why women don’t want to date men who always ‘play the victim’
Previously, the dating expert shared why women don’t want to date men who are always ‘playing the victim.’
“There’s a big difference between being vulnerable, sharing some of your heart, and playing the victim,” the matchmaker said in an Instagram video.
The term ‘playing the victim’ is used when someone presents themselves as innocent and abused in a situation rather than taking responsibility.
He repels all women on a subconscious level. Your woman needs a protector… a provider… a man. By playing the victim you are communicating that you are not strong enough to be the man she needs,” she said.
When dating and meeting someone, Louanne said that a woman will be instantly put off by a man who doesn’t open up or share her feelings.
‘She doesn’t need to hear about all your past pain and trauma over and over again. What she needs to know is who you are,” she said.
Be open enough to be vulnerable and share your feelings. Playing the victim is not attractive.
Louanne also made it known that men shouldn’t think of women as their ‘therapist’ who wants to ‘fix’ them.