Have you ever wondered how you like a guy? He eats you, just wondering if he feels the same way you do.
- Maybe it’s that great guy at work, or the one who serves you your iced coffee in the morning …
- It could be the man sitting next to you in class or the one who was hired by your company last month.
Whoever you are, you wonder if you like it and if there is any romantic interest on your part.
How can you say that? Are there any signs?
Let’s get this out of the way right away – he probably won’t say he likes you directly, but his signals will be clear that he likes you, when you give them.
And let’s be perfectly honest here, a guy who tells you directly that you like him has to be pretty safe and secure, or he’ll look like a needy and desperate, and a huge close.
It’s a fine line.
I know you’re probably dying to know when a man is interested in you and when he’s just having a polite conversation.
So I’m going to share a bunch of directions that you guys like so you can recognize them when they happen …
You like? Signal number 1: You are asking a lot of questions.
Look, guys don’t want to interrogate you, but most men understand that they have to put a lot of energy into a conversation to keep it going.
Is no natural for guys to talk and chat for a long time. We have a different conversation dynamic.
He asks questions to keep the mood, which is a clear sign that he is trying to get you talking.
And he probably also expects you to eat something he shares with you.
This will give you a connection with what you are looking for.
Now the first thing is that you can’t assume that their signals mean the same thing as yours. Take it in stride that if you’re trying to ask a lot of questions, you’re probably interested.
Most guys just let the conversation fade away if there is one no interest there.
One thing you can do is help.
If you think you like it, you might want to give it some ammunition to keep the conversation moving.
One of the common complaints of boys is that they feel like they’re doing all the work when they try to have a conversation.
Now, I’m sure most of this complaint comes from guys talking to women who aren’t so interested in them, but sometimes shyness can go too far away too.
If you’re the type of woman who loses her ability to talk when a guy comes along, you have to work hard to get over it.
Could this guy be interested in you? Sign number 2: He approached you
It takes a lot of effort on the part of a guy to get close and talk to a woman. It’s probably the hardest thing a man can do, along with giving himself a root canal.
And some guys would prefer dental work.
Why is that? difficult?
Well, not to be cheeky, but go get a guy you want to meet today.
Come in. Go start a conversation with him.
Some women may not shrink from this challenge, but most would understand how vulnerable this situation makes you feel.
Especially because you have to open up to the big “R” …
What if he doesn’t answer you?
What if other people see you talking, or they’re not interested in you?
The possibilities seem daunting, don’t they?
While there is no real penalty for rejection, it is the most terrifying thing our mind can do. conjure
And for men, it is doubly so.
You have to risk your reputation – along with his masculinity and ego – just to come talk to you.
Men are set up to fear rejection of the opposite sex on a primordial level.
Because, for a man, it could mean the death of his genetic legacy. If you can’t find, court and get a partner, you could end up without children.
(Yes, men are actually considering children much more than you might think.)
So take this sign as a “hell, yes” in good faith when it comes to talking to you.
Maybe I like it. Sign number 3 that a boy is interested: his body language says: “Yes, girl …”
There are a lot of subtle body language cues that tell you that you’re interested. The first is that he is watching or following yours.
What this means is that he is unconsciously trying to “vibrate” with you. So it is in sync with you reflecting your posture and how you are.
What he’s trying to do (below his level of consciousness) is tell you, “Hey, we’re alike. You don’t have to be afraid of me. I’m safe.”
It will also tilt and make it a point to touch you in some way or just gently enter your personal space. (If you’ve had too many drinks, it may not be so delicate … but the intention is the same.)
Her body language also includes her eyes. So if you notice your eyes wandering around a bit, don’t be offended.
Only being allowed to appreciate your femininity.
There’s something even more important than these “Likes” signs. It’s something I call “Yes from Hell!” attitude.
Want to know if you like it? Of course … But even more than that, you need to know if you will act on that feeling.
Have you ever felt like you’re being hooked by guys who “don’t care?”
As if you’re just making a minimum of effort?
And maybe … just waiting for someone better to come?
Well, I’ve found something that can help you put an end to this.
“Hell Yeah” is the attitude a person emits when they are actually doing something. I’m sure you’ve experienced it at some point or another.
- Maybe it was a food you ate that lit up every taste bud in your tongue. Your eyes went out ample with stupor. And your thoughts were, “Yeah! That’s great! Give me another one …”
- Maybe it was a car you took out to do a driving test on a car lot. You got behind the wheel and felt like this cure was just for you.
It was comfortable, stylish, with the right color and at the right price. “Hell, yeah! I love it! I’m buying it!”
- Maybe it was a pair of shoes that fit perfectly perfectly. The color was perfect and the style made your dress.
The first time one of your friends congratulated you on them (with just a hint of jealousy), you thought, “Yeah! I love these shoes. I’m buying another dress just to go with them …”.
But the most important thing is that the “Yes from hell” attitude is what you want on a date with a guy … and you know that he also shares that feeling with you.
It’s that “no doubt” feeling that strikes you – he says – and tells you that you want to see that person again.
It’s an inspirational feeling, which you don’t want at all. You don’t have these cautious feelings, as you should really take it easy.
You just want to jump off the trampoline end and shout “cannon ball!”
That it doesn’t it must be a crazy feeling, either. It’s not even “love at first sight.”
Just a good feeling that tells you that you can stop thinking too much and give the green light to this one.
And it’s a two-way street. He has to have that kind of attitude for you.
Somehow, this is a requirement for you to feel the same.
Because if he doesn’t like it, you’ll be the one to chase him, and we both know that’s not how you want him to be.
We tend to persecute people for whom we feel “so so” for two reasons:
1 – We feel low self-esteem and loneliness.
Yes, we have all been there. But you don’t want that feeling to put you in a relationship that doesn’t excite you.
2 – We think it’s better than nothing.
Which is still related to low self-esteem and loneliness …
And this decision usually begins the long, slow slide into mediocrity and boredom.
We’ve all seen relationships that started with a jaaaaaaawwwn … instead of a “Yes!” And they are as different as night and day.
And that “Hell Yeah” rule is good no only in romantic relationships. It also applies to friendships.
In fact, I think even more so than other types of relationships, simply because our circle of friends has the biggest impact on our lives than anything else.
You may be familiar with this informal test:
Make an average of your 5 closest friends: their income, their happiness, and the quality of their relationship. And you’re probably right there in the mig.
Our peer group is the one that has the most impact on our quality of life, so accepting into your life any friend who causes anything less than “Yes, hell” limits your choices.
I know better than anyone how it feels to leave friendships and let friendships leave me behind. But in the end, these changes worked for the better.
The friendships I lost drove me to some self-analysis and improvement. Those I left behind knew they would only hold me back.
And it freed up my time to devote myself to the things in life that really mattered.
So when it comes to making your choices about friendships – or romance – you both of us You need to be “Yes from hell” about it. Stop wasting time with people who aren’t “all in” in your relationship.
Don’t settle for lukewarm attitudes about the only thing in life that you should compromise on all levels: LOVE.
If you want to know more signs, more ways to read it and know what you’re thinking, you should check out this free presentation while it’s still online …
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