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How a guy can know when a girl is interested!

Usually, guys stress about whether girls are attracted to them or not! We are here to explain the signs when women are actually interested in you, and how much.


Keep reading to know more.


It’s the way she moves: You will know she likes you simply by her body language. How far away would she sit? Would she remain facing the bar or would she open up more? How animated would she be in her conversation? Would she touch the guy? You don’t have to be an expert in attraction to know that physical touch is a pretty strong indicator of interest. A woman is interested when she smiles back at you, winks at you and when she starts playing with her hair but in a different way than usual.

sdfDoes she linger?: For many guys, positive body language isn’t enough to positively confirm interest from a woman. If a woman makes an obvious effort to keep the conversation going, that’s always a good sign. Any extension of the interaction beyond normal polite conversation says to him that there might be more going on. If she lingers in conversation and asks questions, that’s a positive sign.


Sharing the self: A powerful way women convey attraction is by sharing stories about themselves, usually stories they don’t share with just anyone. And it’s not just women who do this. According to a study, men are also prone to sharing secrets with women, especially women they’ve just met if they’re attracted. So when you’re out at a bar and a girl is confiding things about her personal life in you, don’t take it for granted. Sure, everyone, she’s friends with knows about the socially embarrassing mishap she had on a 6th-grade field trip, but not every guy at the bar knows. She told you because she wants to let you in.


When she makes you blush: When all above fails, a typical verbal encouragement is all we need. Of course, compliments are always welcome, and depending on what exactly they’re complimenting they can be more obviously romantic in nature. “even things like ‘Aww, that’s so sweet of you!’ or when she hints that she has no boyfriend can be indicators of interest. “ Who doesn’t like flattery, and the more intentional, the better.


Open space: When women are instructed in a man, they generally want nothing to Stan between the two of you. On the other hand, holding a purse between the two of you can be a way to “hide.” A woman turned toward you, holding her purse to the side is a good sign. But a woman clutching her purse probably doesn’t think you’re a purse thief. It might just mean that she’s not that attracted to you. Don’t assume too much about what she’s doing with her purse, but do use her purse position to contextualize the rest of her body language.

sdferVocal changes: Both men and women change the tone and the pitch of their voices when speaking to someone they’re attracted to. Specifically, what researchers found is that when speaking to someone we’re attracted to, our vocal tone tends to go down. And while getting a baseline on something like her breathing might be severe, vocal tone changes are easier to notice and detect. The tone of her voice is a rare sign of attraction that has a few other explanations. She might raise or lower the volume of her voice based on the situation you two are in. She’s probably not going to lower the pitch of her voice for any “reason.” She’s going to do it automatically, without thinking much about it, because she’s attracted to you.


Mimicry: Pay attention to the words she uses. Pay attention to her body language. Does it mirror your own? Is she using phrases that you have used throughout the conversation? Is she building on your jokes and bits? Chances are she’s not consciously trying to copy you. She’s just doing what people do when they’re attracted.

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