You see the man of your dreams at a friend's party. He's standing amidst a bunch of friends but turns around occasionally to look at you. His eyes meets yours, a fleeting glance, and then it's back to chatting with the friends. Was that a signal?
Learning to decode his non-verbal communication is an invaluable asset in the game of love. Look for the following signs:
If a guy is interested in you, you'll find that his body will lean forward toward yours. This move can be either very subtle or extremely "in your face". It's his way of letting you know he'd like to get even closer. Once his interest is piqued, you'll both find it hard to pull away!
Eyes tell it all
Eyes are the window to the soul. If he's interested, he'll focus on you with those eyes and hold it. Return his romantic gaze with a quiet smile and let him know that you are interested. He'll be at your side in no time.
Touch and tell
If a guy is interested in you, he'll want to be near you. He'll want to take every opportunity to touch you.
Maybe it's your arm, your leg, your knee — it doesn't matter, as long as his presence is physical and affectionate. It's his way of letting you know he likes you.
Coincidence is out. Serendipity is in. Those so called "happy accidents" may not be so accidental after all. Perhaps his presence at your favourite pizza place is a signal that he's trying to connect with you. Make the most of it.
When a guy's not talking about himself, you know you have his attention. Really, it's that simple.
The next time you're out, at a lounge or bar, listen closely to any table full of men and you will hear them speaking about, what else, but themselves.
For a man to really listen to what you have to say, you know it must be love (or at least a strong attraction).
Movies of your choice?
Well, that's a big big sign that he really really likes you. If he's happy to watch a movie you picked out or doesn't complain when it's time to hit the mall for a little shopping trip, you've made a serious leap forward in the dating game!
Give him extra points if he offers to even buy the tickets for your favourite sob film.
Confidence, where is it?
If you make a guy nervous or give him goose bumps by just being around you, you know he's attracted to you. Look for signs like unexplained laughter, sweaty palms and fidgetiness. Guys want to be in control of their emotions.
If he has trouble doing that around you, it's most likely because you make him nervous and excited.
Women are verbal, men aren't. He is driven by visual desires, while she is guided by deep emotions.
Therefore, if you get a guy who actually opens up and expresses his emotions, consider it a major achievement in your relationship. Cement the relationship. It's for keeps.