When you craft a witty one liner, cultivate a flirty convo, and then ask the girl of your dreams out—only to receive radio silence—your morale tends to drop. If this is the case, she could be trying to let you down gently. Or she could be playing hard to get. Maybe she really does have plans, and is still interested.
Women are programmed by nature to weed out males that are in the mood for one-time sex, so they often seem to be hard to get. Inaccessibility as the quality of the person is a tendency not to allow people to get close to you, to be exaggeratedly touchy, sensitive, and not able to react to attempts to talk openly. How do psychologists treat the type of woman that is playing hard to get? They believe that there is nothing wrong with this as long as the person is emotionally stable and chooses this strategy for a conscious reason.
This is a pretty age-old idea. At least, not all the time. But, it's nice to have some researchers' backing.
When a woman plays hard to get, she knows that it will be much more beneficial to her than being too easy to pick up. A woman will play hard to get because it will allow her to find a very confident guy confidence is irresistibly attractive to women and it will usually make guys want her more and value her higher than other guys. I really like her.