Remember, there is a difference between being a nice guy and a good guy. The nice guy usually does back flips just to impress the girl. Nice guys don't want to offend the girl and seem to tip toe around hoping the gain that acceptance from the girl trying to avoid being tossed away. But then there is the good guy. He is someone who stands up for his own values and is respected for those choices. Girls see that power and confidence, knowing a good guy is still polite and curious while at the same time of not being thrown around of the whims of their choices. People (not just girls) take things for granted when they know they can. It's a terrible habit of people to do that, hence why people cheat, or throw good things away. Women are no different and if you let them, playing easy is bad. Don't misunderstand me, be accommodating but firm as a person. You are not a charity case and no woman should or will date you out of pity. If she acts cold towards you, that's her own problem. But don't be anything other than yourself. The better and possibly best version of yourself, but still remember that you are human and so is she.
Don't put up an act, don't be super sweet or super douchy. Kick her in the balls when she deserves it but also do things more regularly that show her that you care while making them feel like you're doing them without thinking about it. Women hate that cold calculated shit, if you have a plan I can promise that it's gonna end bad.
You want to be a respectful and polite guy who is also confident and doesn't take anybody's crap. James Bond and Steve McQueen are two examples who come to mind.
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