So an issue I've been dealing with is after getting to know a girl for a while, establishing kino escalation, etc., I often start to simply show too much affection.
That is, I reveal my interest in her too much, and she realizes it. After this point, as David Deangelo says in his book, you've lost your control. The girl acts however she wants, she doesn't call/respond to you much (if at all), she can be flaky, etc., because she knows you're no longer a challenge and she doesn't have to work for your attention. In some way or another, she realizes her social value is higher than mine, and gets turned off by my demeanor and actions.
His primary advice is to avoid this before it happens at all, which is of course ideal; but I've made this mistake with a girl I'm interested in, and am wondering if there's a way to pull things back together. Is it simply an issue of staying out of contact with her for a while?
Is there a way to recover from this position?