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3. She says your name a lot
And when she’s asking you to come to an event, you should definitely go if you’re actually interested in her. Well I have a coworker who recently started at the job the first day she left a bit of space but did acknowledged me and asked several questions. The next day she new I was a little upset about work and offered me a hug. She’s been there for about a week and has constantly hugged me since.
Don’t think too much if she’s straight or not. It’s her actions that count and they tell you that she’s interested.
Does she always talk about “we” instead of “you” or “I”? In psychology, this is a sign of attachment. She might be talking about “we” because in her head she is already thinking about the two of you as a couple. She definitely sees a future for the both of you together.
After all, no one is that interested in what kind of sandwich you had for lunch unless there’s a romantic appeal there. And if she sends you an emoji like ?, she is hurling a handkerchief straight at your face.
Say that you’re all standing in a circle, and when someone else is talking, you two get eye contact. Does she give you a slight smile? She likes you.
- Does she always talk about “we” instead of “you” or “I”?
- We are very busy with responsibilities, alright.
- Oh and when we met she asked for my Instagram.
- You could also try casually touching her on the arm or leg during conversation and see how she responds.
Women won’t be explicit about it. If she likes you, and she doesn’t know you that well, then she’s more likely to get nervous and shy around you. But maintain solid eye contact and be interested in the conversation. Make sure you respect this sign and engage yourself in the conversation. Don’t lean in.
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You don’t want to appear needy as you already have her attention. If she’s leaning in when she talks to you, she’s trying to tell you she’s engaged. This is especially the case if you’re with a group of people.
Ok, this might seem really basic. But it’s true!
If you’re lucky enough to get introduced, you should also observe the way they act around you. If they deliberately encourage you or give you time to be alone with her, then they not only like you, but they also know she likes you. If she likes you, then, of course, she will want to spend more time with you. It doesn’t necessarily mean that she will say “yes” to any date you want to organize.
But I’m not sure of what she’s up to. She greets me whenever she sees me, but initially, her greetings weren’t always audible enough. I think it’s because I was not responding at first, but since I noticed and started responding, she’s been greeting loud and clear.