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How to tell if a girl is interested in you

Up to 50 to 90% of communication is non-verbal. If you know what to look for, you can tell how a person views you before they even speak. Words are important but you may find the position of the body and the mannerisms a person uses usually speak louder words.

Easy ways to tell if a girl is interested in you:

  • She constantly makes attempts to touch your hand.
  • She buys you small gifts for no reason.
  • She leans towards you when you talk to each other.
  • She smiles at you a lot.
  • She laughs at your comments and jokes.
  • She acts giddy around you.
  • She mentions activities that you are interested in so there is a chance for you two to do them together.
  • Her eyes light up when she sees you or hears your name.
  • She touches you more often than what friends do.
  • She constantly asks about your status with girls and asks your preference in types of girls
  • She flirts with you.
  • During a conversation, she mirrors your actions and your voice fluctuations. This action is referred to as "mirroring" and is a very positive sign that she is interested.
  • She asks you out to lunch or dinner.
  • Her face turns red when you're near her, or when you talk to her.
  • Her pupils dilate when he looks at you. Our pupils will dilate when we are looking at anything we like whether if be an object or person.
  • She blinks more than usual when she looks at you.
  • She flutters her eyelashes.

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