There’s nothing worse than having your ego smashed to little pieces when the woman of your (wet) dreams turns you down for a date.You really thought she was interested, but somehow you must have misread her signals…Really, if you like someone the only way to actually know her feelings for sure is to take a deep breath and ask her.One of the problems with looking for signs is that it sort of encourages people to be passive and wait for the other person to signal their interest, whereas actually even if they’re crushing on you probably the best thing you can do is (respectfully and considerately) make your interest clear.If the person in question frequently compliments you, on your physicality or your mind, it’s generally a good sign.Some people will be shy about it, some people will come straight out with ‘you’re really beautiful’ or ‘your eyes are gorgeous’ – different strokes, I guess.
An old saying goes, “Bodies don’t lie.” Nature has programmed humans with a complex set of non-verbal flirting signals that just flow spontaneously when they’re interested.Girls are a lot more touchy feely than guys, and there’s a very good chance that you may be misunderstanding that friendly touch for a flirty touch.“There’s nothing like the thrill of the chase.” – men everywhere But at what point do we realize our pursuit really just might be a wild goose chase? But many men go through life shamelessly wasting their energy on a female who has absolutely zero interest in them. Do you ever get that sick feeling when you start doubting your relationship — new or old?The obvious solution is to start looking for changes in her behavior, but behaviors can change for all kinds of reasons. If she isn’t thinking of you for the 30 seconds it takes to text, there is usually a reason.If you’re in a complicated relationship with a girl who behaves like your girlfriend, but doesn’t want to date you, you’re definitely getting led on. ] Some people are just too worried about the world and what people think, and their happiness depends more on what others say and think than what really matters to them or what they need.