2.BE CONSISTENT- Give out what you want. If you want good conversation, give good conversation. If you want to chill, make time for it or ask for it. It’s a two way street.
3.REPLY- There is nothing worse than reaching out and getting nothing back. If you are a horrible texter or talker, let it be known and tell them what your preferred method of communication is. If not, just chuck this up as a loss already.
4.BE ATTENTIVE- Don’t sometimes the person. You know, like them one day, don’t want to be bothered the next. You have to kind of be all in with this and give up some attention. Make time for them the best way you can.
5.SHOW INTEREST- This really is a competition. We can go on our tirade of high self-esteem and claim no competition, but it exist and the moment you slip up, they will be coming for your spot. This is a process of elimination people. Prove that you want the spot.
6. ***GIVE IT UP- This is probably the worst advice and I’m laughing thinking about it, BUT this is for a season and not necessarily for a life time. The purpose of cuffing season is for constant cuddy during the cold months. This won’t be the case for all, but you really shouldn’t be surprised if this is asked of you or considered a deal breaker.
Getting cuffed isn’t really hard; you just have to be willing to put in work. It differs from just dating because dating usually has a different purpose, no set termination and the alpha assumes the alpha role instead of the alpha and beta both competing for a position. Go for what you want and enjoy it. Remember, this is all in fun and should be treated as such. Don’t be such a stick in the mud!