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If they’re still around and things are going from bad to worse, you’ll be getting the hot and cold treatment while thinking ‘It was so great in the beginning! ’ and then sinking all your efforts into trying to retrieve the beginning of the relationship.
It’s nice to feel adored and if you’re a passion seeker that tends to talk about ‘type’ ‘compatability’ ‘common interests’ ‘passion’ ‘connection’ etc, you’ll be ripe for someone to fast-forward the crap out of you and then feel desolate and inclined to go on the validation seeking trail when things start to go wrong.
They either disappear when they start to feel panicky about the fact that you will want, need, and expect in line with the great show they have been putting on.
Or…they just revert to the ‘real them’, ripping the rug from under your feet and replacing hot with cold and someone who you barely recognise. People who engage in Fast-Forwarding are Future Fakers, whether they directly do it by talking up a storm about plans or do it indirectly by behaving so intensely and putting so many demands on you (emotional, sexual, wanting to be with you all the time), that they let you believe that the level of intensity you are experiencing is what is on offer.
They also make the mistake of being so OTT that they create expectations that they cannot deliver on.
These people overestimate their level of interest because often the uncertainty of not knowing how you feel and needing to ‘win you over’ and ‘suck you in’, is what triggers their desire for you.
It’s called Fast-Forwarding and it’s a technique where someone sweeps you up in a tide of intensity when they’re pursuing you and you’re dating them that you end up missing crucial red flags.), a day, a night, a few dates, weeks, months, and in some cases, some can play the long game and draw it out for a year.When you get swept up in someone Fast-Forwarding you, you will basque in the adoration.TVP1 (TVP Jeden, Program I Telewizji Polskiej, "Jedynka") is a television channel owned by TVP (Telewizja Polska S. It was the first Polish channel to be broadcast and remains one of the most popular today.
TVP1 was launched August 1939/25 October 1952 (tests), January 1953 (regular programming).
In addition to its SD broadcast, a HD version of TVP1 is also available.