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I was painfully easy to read to a point it might have been a flaw. Delay your response in a text. Try and make him jealous. Give him a taste of his own medicine.

Be the one that cares less. Confuse him a bit. Those are probably all really good things follow if you think dating should be a game. If you play by these rules, the game of cat and mouse will be a tedious one that includes running in tireless circles.

The one who was painfully honest and built others up saying exactly how she felt. This is the girl who walked away with no unkindness, and no resentment and this is the type of girl people regret letting go. This is the type of girl people hate themselves for hurting. Because I can tell you from first-hand experience, I could have cursed people off. I could have given them a taste of their own medicine. I could have hooked up with their best friend out of spite.

I could have ignored his texts or calls. Because there is nothing better than sitting across the table from the person you loved with everything you had and hearing them say you deserve better. It might teach you to be guarded and protect yourself.

It might help you to be as cold as others and you might think you have the upper hand. Maybe dating is a lot more simple than we make it out to be and maybe everyone has forgotten that. Kirsten is the author of But Before You Leave , a book of poetry about the experiences we struggle to put into words. The cover and theme for my newest book was inspired by the concept of kintsugi.

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Because I can tell you from first-hand experience, I could have cursed people off. I could have given them a taste of their own medicine. I could have hooked up with their best friend out of spite. I could have ignored his texts or calls. Because there is nothing better than sitting across the table from the person you loved with everything you had and hearing them say you deserve better. It might teach you to be guarded and protect yourself.

It might help you to be as cold as others and you might think you have the upper hand. Maybe dating is a lot more simple than we make it out to be and maybe everyone has forgotten that. Kirsten is the author of But Before You Leave , a book of poetry about the experiences we struggle to put into words. The cover and theme for my newest book was inspired by the concept of kintsugi. All that is dark or cracked within us has the capacity to be fixed, to be filled with light. We are never broken.

We are always becoming. A new Thought Catalog series exploring our connection to each other, our food, and where it comes from. Sign up for the Thought Catalog Weekly and get the best stories from the week to your inbox every Friday.

You may unsubscribe at any time. This time, which peaks during the preschool years, was dubbed "the magic years" by child development expert Selma Fraiberg, PhD, in when she wrote a book of the same name. Babies use their senses touch, taste, smell, sight, and sound to explore their world. As they develop, they begin to understand the basic function of things "If I push this button, the pony will pop out of the barn!

Now, as preschoolers, they take this knowledge and combine it with a growing imagination to come up with fantastical ideas about why and how things happen. Pretend play lets kids try out new roles for themselves like superheroes, princesses, wild animals, or even parents and allows for creative problem-solving.

But it also helps them deal with another hurdle of the preschool years: Baby dolls might be put in "time out" and scolded for actions suspiciously similar to your little one's latest offense.

An imaginary friend who's a bigger troublemaker than your child ever could be might be dreamed up to help your child deal with feelings of guilt and remorse following a moment of lost control, such as hitting a playmate.

Self-control is a tough skill to learn, and pretend play helps kids practice it as well as play out the frustration it creates. Imaginative play begins in a child's mind. But that doesn't mean parents can't join in. Here are some ways to encourage your child's world of make-believe:. The day will come when the princess tiaras collect dust and your little ones no longer believe they can fly. It's a bittersweet moment. You'll miss glimpses into that world where anything is possible.

But it's a sign that your child's brain is developing as it should. The prefrontal cortex — the area of the brain just behind the forehead — has made the connections it needs to process more high-level thinking. So, the way a child thought the world worked is now not necessarily how it actually does work.

Take, for example, vacuum cleaners. A 2-year-old might throw a tantrum because he fears that, just as the dog hair got sucked up off the carpet, he will too. But a year or two later, he might pretend he's being chased by the vacuum "monster" — and gain confidence from knowing that it will never get him. By age 6 or so, kids are becoming aware that fears like being swallowed up by a vacuum are irrational — there's no way your entire body can be sucked up that little tube!

It seems that some men need their boys to support their ego by playing sports in order to maintain some kind of masculinity. Now I am not. There are ways to approach dating that at first glance might seem like playing games, but are actually nothing more than good sense. There isn't a guy out there. These are the so-called "magic years" — when a child's brain is developed enough to Pretend play lets kids try out new roles for themselves (like superheroes.