Jenny, 24, was able to pique her man's interest by playfully dodging his questions.
Allow him to simmer, wondering what you're doing." Laura,* 21, won over her boyfriend using this trick.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!Early-stage TMI is a major turn-off for most males.I presume the goal is to find a quality, long-term partner. Ultimately, online dating depends on both the communal and each of our individual contributions we make. If you take dating seriously and actually put some thought into it, it is possible that Mr. Dismiss that the reality that you’re dating online — you’re effectively reaching into a larger pool of partners instead of only the ones who show up at your local bar.Think playing mind games with men smacks of unscrupulous femme fatale-style manipulation? The game plan: No matter how badly you want to dial his digits or reply to his e-mails, you're better off curbing your enthusiasm when you're first dating.So talk about your job and interests but stay mum about the juicier details.Soon enough, he'll be dying to have you fill in the blanks."Andrew looks like Brad Pitt's little brother, and I knew he was used to women being at his beck and call," she says. But I'm all ears now.' He felt lucky to have caught up with me." How everybody wins: Men, says Argov, equate longing with love.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.As history has it, when people defected from My Space to Facebook, that online community became a dust town.Dating sites like Ok Cupid and Plenty of Fish (POF) became more popular.