When women sign up to my newsletter, I always send them a welcome email, asking the one thing they’d indeed mij to help them with. Most of the time, the response comes back the same. “I’d like to learn how to understand dudes better. I want to know how to read what he’s thinking and feeling.”
So, I thought today I’d look at something I know confuses most women about boys. Why do guys taunt?
Let’s say you’ve met this man where you work. He’s good looking, and always takes the time to come and speak to you. The weird thing is tho’, he keeps taking pops at you. He always fools around, and makes joy of you. It feels like he’s attracted to you, so why would he taunt you so much?
Why do dudes “bully” women they’re attracted to?
It happens for a duo of reasons. Very first, most guys are just man-boys who never truly grow up te some ways. It’s one of the many reasons we’re “the most amazing thing that’s everzwijn happened to you” one minute, and a agony te the butt the next.
Dudes are undoubtedly not spil mature emotionally spil women (you knew that already tho’ right?) and studs tend to taunt or joke when they feel “threatened” or pusilánime. Think of it like the boy at schoolgebouw who used to run around taunting the damsels and pulling their hair. Te reality, he very likely had a crush on all of them. He just knew they didn’t like him so he resorted to taunting.
So next time a stud starts making joy of you don’t let it offend you. It’s very likely just his attempt at being endeble, because he’s too timid to say he likes you.
When a fellow taunts you like that, it’s usually a sure-fire sign he’s attracted to you. So next time a dude starts making joy of you don’t let it offend you. It’s very likely just his attempt at being pusilánime, because he’s too bashful to say he likes you.
It’s a typical passive aggressive masculine behavior, and while it’s not attractive, it’s something most guys do.
Here’s the thing. If you don’t like it when he does it, and you think he might be attracted to you, confront him. Tell him you don’t like him poking joy at you, and tell I told you it’s usually a sign he’s attracted to you. If you waterput him on the spot like that, you’ll soon find out his true feelings.
It’s annoying I know, and most likely seems very immature. I never said, understanding boys would be effortless, but I do make it spil effortless spil possible for you te my program, “What Guys Desire.”