Have you been getting a little tired of having to put all the work into your relationships while the guy just sits back and lets you pursue him? The ironic thing is that usually, after you've invested a lot of time and energy, the guy gets bored and moves on to the next woman who is willing to take him on.
It doesn't have to be that way. The fact is, men may be a bit lazy about working on a relationship, but they do love the thrill of the chase. If you've ever watched guys play tennis or basketball or run a race, you'll recognize the pattern - they love a challenge and will put their all into it. And they also love to win. If you want to make a guy chase you, the best thing you can do is hand him a challenge. Here's how to do that.
Play a little hard to get
Especially at the beginning of a relationship, you will need to make yourself a little hard to reach. Keep yourself busy with other things in your life so that you are not always available to answer his calls right away or to go out on a date every time he asks. He'll be intrigued by your lack of availability and it will make him all the more interested in meeting the challenge and ultimately winning the "game" of getting your attention.
Keep him guessing
Presenting the guy with a challenge brings out his natural instinct to prove his manliness by winning the chase. Keep him a little off-balance so that you keep the excitement going. At this point you may be ready to throw yourself at his feet and declare him a winner, but resist the urge.
By continuing to be a little elusive and mysterious, you will keep his interest high and the pursuit going. You don't have to be too stand offish - just enough to let him know you are still a prize worth pursuing.
It's really not so difficult to make a guy chase you. You just have to learn to utilize his natural instincts to your advantage.