Do it psychcologically...
Ignore them and don't give them the time of day.
This will worry them, especially if you've been trying to get their attention and your "seemingly no longer interested". After a while, they'll come to you.
Resume your relationship to a normal friendly basis, don't pursue them at all. Continue to flirt a little but only in a way that could be perceived as "just being friendly".
If they're really interested in you, they'll let you know, you just need to give it time. It'll drive them crazy too so you could both have fun with it, which is never a bad way to start a relationship.
If you try to "date someone who's playing 'hard to get'", you are an idiot. Either they are really not interested or they are playing you. Move on. There's others. Maybe.
why even waste your time, relationships of any kinds need not have a struggle attached to it. Why should anyone have to "prove" anything in order to..........If you were asking another question, which I will not mention, I would have the perfect answer for you. But as for dating......unless you feel the need to pursue and run after this individual, then so be it, knock yourself out!
Vonda G. Nelson
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