Reading How She Reacts When You Do Things
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11) She becomes inquisitive and jealous of other girls around you
Remember as many of the signs a girl likes you as you can, and then use your judgement and what you’ve observed to read the situation. I feel so good when I’m with you… and I don’t want that to stop. Most of the time when a girl wants you to chase her she’s not going to try too hard to get away. Just like with in-person sign number 5 above, conversations on the phone feel effortless.
It’s more of the quick high school types that would end in smiles or occasional hand waves. However, there’s a great possibility to turn it to intimate ones you hope if you ask her out. Just like what they say, eyes are the windows of the soul. It’s an ancient cliché but still proves to be true. Constant eye contact means that she’s interested.
– She’s trying to manipulate and take advantage of you. It’s important to know your worth and avoid being “used” to make herself feel better or to make someone else jealous. Also, if she likes you, she’s probably making more of an effort in the conversation. She’s asking questions and being talkative because she wants to avoid any awkward silences. That’s an extremely obvious sign that she likes you.
It is different with girls. When a girl is talking to a guy that she likes, her voice becomes a little different. You will notice that her pitch will be a little higher.
- How much he likes her is hard to tell.
- She glances your way, laughs at your jokes, and acts nervously around you.
- This does not necessarily mean she likes you.
- Of course, if she is initiating touch with you, that’s a fantastic sign.
This is a woman’s way of inviting you to make a move. They are encouraging and suggesting without just coming out and saying it.
This one’s probably gonna rock your world but it’s still very fucking true. If a girl is either neutral to your or thinks you’re disgusting she’s most likely gonna keep a professional distance from you whether she knows you or not. So, if she’s actively decided to stand very close to you then there’s a reason for it. For all our ~feminine mystery~, girls are actually pretty upfront about our feelings. If we really just see someone as a friend, we’ll say it, and we’ll mean it.
You can tell a lot about how often a person looks at you. Nothing screams “I’m interested” more than constant eye contact. Women who are dating-savvy know that asking a man to teach a woman a new skill makes them feel more masculine, thereby boosting their ego and testosterone levels. And asking you to teach her archery or how to code is a great way of indicating that she’d like to spend more time together without explicitly asking for a date.
For example, if you like to move your hands a lot when you talk and suddenly she is doing the same, then that’s a clear sign of rapport and perhaps physical attraction. In the same chapter, Hussey notes that most men are pretty clueless at picking up body language. As such, he tells women that flashing a guy a quick glance across the room isn’t enough, because, for all he knows, she might just be looking for the bathroom or scanning the room. He advises women to give two looks, one in which she locks eyes with him for a half-second, then looks away, and then a second look in which she locks eyes again and smiles.
But dating—or flirting, or talking, or whatever the kids call it these days — can be a lot easier once you learn how to pick up on people’s social cues. By social cues, I mean the subtle signs, like body language and conversational patterns, that can help let you know how someone else is feeling.
Are you hoping a special girl likes you, but don’t know how to tell if she is really interested in you? Are you looking for hints to tell you what she’s thinking?