It makes you paranoidChasing a guy who doesn’t want you is enough to give you anxiety. You’ll over analyse his every move and behavioural patterns. This can lead you to you thinking that everything they do or say is about you, of which in most cases it isn’t.
It messes with your self esteemSome women may not consider chasing after a guy a big deal but constant rejection can hurt you to the core. You’ll start to feel less of yourself and believe that receiving such treament from man is acceptable. Losing a guy who doesn’t love you is much better than losing your self-esteem.
It’ll exhaust youAs much as a ‘physical chase’ can exhaust you an emotional one can to. You’ll sleep late because a day can never end without you checking his social media pages, basically stalking! Putting your hopes up for nothing is daunting and ultimately you’ll have nothing to give.
He doesn’t want youA man who wants to be with you won’t make you chase after him. He’ll spend as much time with you as you want to. Even if you manage to capture his body, if his heart is not in it then then you’ll be in the relationship alone.
It’s a good foundation for a heartbreakIn the end, nothing will make him want you any more than he does now. Out of pressure he might agree to date you just to stop youy from nagging. This will result in him treating you like garbbage.