They’re harder to impress and have mastered the simple art of ‘not giving a fuck’, as dating commentator Mark Manson puts it.
But not everyone has a plethora of dates with gorgeous people on the daily, so you need to fabricate the same sense of confidence and indifference through using Push / Pull on the people you’re dating.
Conversely, a ‘Push’ isn’t as negative as it sounds is often mistaken with ‘pushing someone away’, this is not the case.
Alternatively, he’s demonstrating a strong ‘push’ to the woman on the right by barely acknowledging her at all. Even if they did, you knew it was given away too easily, therefore, worthless or seen as less authentic or valued.
When they do reward you, though, you feel like you’re basking in the sunlight of their praise, it was earned and didn’t come easily, therefore it is more valued and has a deeper emotional resonance.
Alternatively, their disapproval is just as authentic but the most respected teachers didn’t lose their cool, get aggressive or actively make people feel bad.
During all your interactions there needs to be an element of mystery and curiosity that keeps your woman chomping at the bit.
An often used analogy with a cat and twine to helps to communicate the dynamics of female interest.