As things become less accessible, we lose freedoms – respond to loss of freedoms by wanting to have them more than before Just telling someone that they should not do something makes it more desirable If something is not scarce, then it is not desired or valued that much. Praises from a teacher who seldom praises are valued more than praises from a teacher who is liberal with his or her praise
“Easy things nobody wants, but what is forbidden is tempting.” ~ Ovid
Even a minor difference toward being "harder to get" can make a major difference in how your man responds to you
Humans love a feeling of accomplishment. We love to work for something valuable and finally obtain it.
We tend to scorn what is handed to us too easily.
We rarely appreciate things which come too easily.We value the things which are elusive - harder to reach, harder to find, harder to get.
Another study found that women who used hair dye frequently prior to 1980 had an increased risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, but those who colored their hair frequently after 1980 did not have any increased risk. Since there's no good recent research showing a connection between hair color and cancer, most experts say not to worry. http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2011/03/25/what-the-yuck-can-hair-dye-cause-cancer/
Psychopaths are also expertly skilled at surrounding themselves with givers—insecure people who find self-worth in taking care of others. This is why your giving seems so insignificant and replaceable during the relationship. They adore qualities in others who are nothing like you—sometimes even the exact opposite of you. The message is simple: you are no longer special. You are replaceable.