Okay I think so, yes. I assume they "do want you" in the first sentence? So what if they come on strong, they still ask about your life, they share personal details about theirs, openly admit they like you, offer a counter offer to a missed date/non-confirmed date but then flake on the counter offer they made?
I think everyone deserves a few chances because things really do come up. But don't keep it up forever. She could be doing it to feel special but have no real interest in youor it cold be legitimate. Id give her maybe one more chance and be done. There are other girls out there and even if it was all legitimate you have to protect your heart as well. You know?
This is a great answer! So if they're providing some attention as opposed to taking it all then they're unlikely to be attention seeking? Would you say that's a key feature of it?
"So if they're providing some attention as opposed to taking it all in they're unlikely to be attention seeking."Ideally.Give me a scenario?
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Not sure if that properly answers the question, but it might help to pay attention to her in general, kind of look outside the context of chasing her and observe.
Hmm, and is there a way to differentiate if it's attempted at one person vs many?
Just maybe watch her behavior around people. An attention seeker will probably flirt a lot with everyone, dress up really pretty all the time, kind of manipulate everyone into paying attention to her. Hard to get will just manipulate you.
How would you go about doing that?
Well how do you identify intent?
One is meant to draw a certain person in. If she's playing hard to get, she's probably interested but she's not making it easy. Attention seekers on the other hand are just fishing for compliments or favors.