"Men are hunters, and they want to discover for themselves what makes you tick," says Fisher.
"Initially, I was digging him, but he would spend more time people watching than he would focusing on me.
So the next weekend, I told him I couldn't make it." Dom's reaction?
Just don't touch or share sexual innuendoes with other dudes.
The idea is to pique his jealousy, not piss him off.
A guy who's guaranteed to focus on hearing you out.
The game plan: Don't let him feel like he has a guaranteed spot on your social calendar.To level the playing field, she avoided giving him her cell-phone number so he didn't have access to her anytime, anyplace. By taking your time calling him back, you become a catch, not a convenience.When he'd leave a message on her home line, Laura waited at least a day to call back. The waiting game lets you test his willingness to pursue, adds Ellen Kreidman, Ph D, author of The game plan: When you date a guy you dig and get that urge to share your personal experiences, opinions, history...stop!According to a study from Mc Gill University in Montreal, boys will battle just for the competition.So when you throw in an alluring reward — that would be you — well, stand back.To really work the strategy, end dates and phone calls first, and cryptically mention your other plans with little or no elaboration.