A player can make you believe he is looking for a meaningful relationship and some will make you believe they care about you.
So how can you spot a player before you get played?
There is another layer to this problem, though – a layer that is not as blatantly toxic, but still harmful to our psyche and self-confidence; if our partner is playing us.
If you are being played, it will feel like you are being emotionally toyed with or led on without any intention of building a relationship.
Tendencies that we brush off in modern society as “normal” or “just the way things are.” In reality – we need to help our peers recognize signs of positive and negative relationships so we can improve the health and happiness of those around us.Everyone who does this will have their own reasons, but let’s explore what it might look like from the receiving end._________________________________________ Anyone who wants a long term relationship with someone they love (or, they love) will want to see some sort of progression sooner rather than later.First you become exclusive, eventually the L bomb is dropped, things get more serious, and so on and so forth.Someone who is playing you will tell you they want these things, but never actually follow through.