In the complex world of dating, relationships, and attraction, knowing what game you're playing, and the rules governing it, is crucial. For men, it's about protecting feelings and ego, and for women, it's about passing the 'tests' men set up.
When a man desires a relationship, he puts women through a series of tests. The ultimate goal is not simply to sleep with a woman, but to safeguard his emotions. Men have witnessed or experienced the pain of unreciprocated love or heartbreak, and the subconscious tests they put women through are designed to protect their feelings.
Women need to understand this testing process and learn how to pass these 'tests'. Men desire their chosen partner to succeed; it's not about setting them up for failure. A woman's ability to pass these tests helps men feel secure in their emotional investment.
When women repeatedly fail these tests, some men may conclude that there are no "good women" - a harsh perception that's not reflective of reality but a product of personal experience. It's crucial to recognize this dynamic and navigate it with understanding and empathy.
The key to passing these tests is creating an emotional response and grabbing hold of the trigger without letting go. In all cases, the goal is a long-term, valuable relationship. Every man wants a partner whose value appreciates and who can be a lifelong companion.
Alpha males are constantly trying to prove their worth, either through combat or women. The woman who challenges them both mentally and physically is a win-win. But if she starts to challenge him the way other men do, arguments can ensue. He needs to feel like the man of his household, or he'll seek another where he can fulfill that role.
In this intricate dance of relationships, protecting feelings is paramount. For a woman to succeed in the game, she must listen to her man, understand his intentions, and learn to hold the trigger. This will prevent a cycle of hurt and confusion, leading to healthier, more fulfilling relationships.