Anything a person chases in life runs away.

I agree to some point with this statement.

If you pursue a man vehemently and push him too hard he will immediately start running away from you, almost literally.

You probably experienced such situation once or twice in your life.

It’s a man specific thing, they are hunters, they feel best with a gun in their hand, a smoking hot car and a handsome haircut.

When the tables are turned and the woman turns out to be a hunter rather than a defenseless animal they feel cheated and trapped. Totally not in control. So unmanly. At least that’s their thinking.

So every strong, confident woman, according to this principle needs to turn off the need to rule and divide, to clearly state what she wants, when she wants and with whom she wants it and just allow the big bad hunter to pursue her. To conquer.

On the other hand we also have the needy-greedy type of a woman who really can push too hard, clasp her grasp too tightly and come definitely too close to the man for his liking.


Find the golden mean. Do not be too needy and pushy but also do not allow yourself to be a sedative trophy.

If nothing else, make a clear statement that you graciously allow to be ‘hunted’, and only by specific men. The chosen ones, who should feel very much grateful to you.

What do you think about all this dear Reader? Can you agree with this principle? What are your experiences?

* principle by Sherry Argov, Why Men Love Bitches


5 thoughts on “ATTRACTION PRINCIPLE #1

  1. This surely goes for guys from a girls perspective too? If a girl is pursued too eagerly and openly it can be a romantic thing I’d imagine, but also a turn off, as it is too easy, everything is known.

    • But of course :). Wonder if somebody already wrote, Why Women Love Bad Boys or something like that? But seriously if a man is too pushy and needy a girl will also run away like a deer caught in the headlights of a car. No side wants to be pursued too eagerly nor wants to be neglected. Both sides agree to dance this dance and play the game.

  2. You are on point! This is so true. I’ve experienced this myself. Nobody really wants anything that comes to easy. It’s just a fact. I have this theory of familiarity. Too familiar, too fast, and the things end rather quickly. If I’m pursued to hard, I back off and I’m a woman. But your post, and the statement, “anything a person chases in life runs away.” So true. Thanks for this post, I enjoyed reading it.

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