Women who remember who I am receive high marks, especially when they remember my name (names are usually difficult for anybody who regularly meets new people). But to some extent I do think that changes with maturity.

dating aloof woman-45dating aloof woman-32dating aloof woman-50

Would this make you think she is more desirable, and make you want her more?

What if she was only twenty two years old, would you cut her some slack andput up with it because she was young? this dog doesn't chase very far when she isn't willing to go a part of the distance. If we're not interested we either say it or make ourselves unavailable.

Chasing where either one is doing all the running is boring and not that much fun. I mean aloof in the sense of a girl that truly thinks noone is good enough for her, etc.

Being aloof is fine as long as it isn't expressed via lack of communication and an unwillingness to talk on the phone or meet. Then it smacks of rebound, disinterest, fishing with too many hooks in the water or just being generally selfish and naive.anyone of quality with good self esteem that is genuinely looking for a partner doesnt put up with that crap from anyone other than the very young who haven had time to learn any better. If a woman doesn't show interest in me, doesn't ask questions, doesn't "remember" who I am, then I'm done with her.

obnoxious, but making the person long for your attention by makes it that much better for them when you actually give them that attention later on (once you've decided the punishment has gone long enough).

Walking in to a party and talking to everyone but her, not going right over to her right away, keeps her in check and makes it look like I've got a lot going on.

The person might wonder, just who One moment, I'll be affectionate, totally paying attention to you. Sending mixed signals is a timeless tactic employed by both genders.

Not only does it create a riddle for the other person to solve, but giving little tastes of good vibes, mixed with a confusing vibe intrigues people.

Was wondering if the girl who seems aloof and uninterested in you is someone that makes you want to chase her or get to know her more.

For instance you have chatted briefly with a girl on IM or a instant messaging program and she seems to barely know who you are, asks no questions about you, takes a minute to reply to what you are saying and you have to do all the talking, ask her questions, and she is indifferent.

The most frustrating girl advice is: "act like you don't care."How (and why) should I act like I don't care about someone that I'm interested in? I'm attracted to women that are gloriously unavailable. I can't seem to get the mix right: I'm either not aloof enough or (when I try to be aloof) I look uninterested.