People who make you chase are simply not good for you. Chasing after them is forcing things to happen, and it never leads to good places.

People who make you chase are usually people with low self-esteem, who don’t know who they are or what they want. And they will typically use you until they find someone to take more from, as they have nothing to give.

Rather than chasing, realize that there are plenty of people out there who value you for who you are, and who would love to be a part of your life.

The right people would never make you chase, for it would be a natural match.

With that said, you shouldn’t just make others chase after you or passively wait for them to show up either. Rather, you should still go out of your way to meet the right people whenever you see an opportunity; your goal is to always increase your chances of success.

Love should be treated like a business deal, but every business deal has its own terms and its own currency. And in love, the currency is virtue. You love people not for what you do for them or what they do for you. You love them for the values, the virtues, which they have achieved in their own character. ― Ayn Rand

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