To tease a guy, figure out whether the guy will appreciate the teasing, and then be playful and flirtatious without following through on what your behavior implies. Avoid teasing a guy for too long, as it can become tiresome for most people, with advice from a psychologist in this free video on relationships.
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Hi, my name is Reka Morvay. I'm a psychologist, and I'm going to talk to you today about how to tease a guy. Even before I start talking to you about how to tease a guy, my first question is whether to tease a guy because there really are some men who enjoy it and there are some men who don't enjoy it. So before you even start attempting to tease the guy that you're with, try to find out and figure out whether he would be among those who actually appreciate being teased. Now, you can try some, you know, mild flirtation and see if he responds positively to this or if he just gets annoyed after a while that you're really not coming through on things that you imply. So it always helps to find out the...about the person that you're with. With that said, if you now understand that the guy that you're with actually does like teasing, teasing is really nothing more than being playful, being flirtatious, but not necessarily following through on what your behavior implies. So if you're...if you're really flirtatious and warm and affectionate, and as soon as he shows some interest, you kind of pull back, you know, that can be interpreted as teasing. And like I said, some men really enjoy this. They really enjoy the feeling of the chase and the feeling of uncertainty. But with very few exceptions, sooner or later, people will get tired of this, you know, back and forth game. It's fun for a while, but in the end, if you take it too far, it can get tiresome.