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7 signs indicating you've captured someone's interest

7 signs that someone has taken a liking to you
7 signs that someone has taken a liking to you
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4:58 AM EDT, October 28, 2023

How do you know if you've attracted someone's attention? If you look closely, you can spot subtle cues. We often downplay or misinterpret these, yet they can significantly impact the formation of relationships.

Do we recognize the moment when a friendship begins to evolve into something more? When the other person sends us subtle indications showing they want more than just friendship? Little gestures that we often neglect can disclose a great deal.

7 unmistakable signs that someone is interested in you

Eyes: the windows to the soul

Ever have the feeling someone is persistently making eye contact with you? It's found that sustained eye contact with someone we're attracted to triggers the release of oxytocin, compelling us to prolong it.

Constant attention to appearance

Does your conversation partner frequently adjust their hair or clothes? Strive to straighten their tie? Or perhaps, do they scrutinize their reflection in a passing mirror? Such frequent attention to personal appearance points towards the fact that the person has an interest in us and wants to present their best side.

The power of mirroring

Staying on the topic of mirroring - Did you just lift your hand to brush a hair strand off your forehead, and soon after, your conversation partner does the same? Or maybe you altered your sitting posture, only to observe the other person mirroring your action? This is a transparent indication there's something brewing.

Closing the distance

If someone unexpectedly comes very close, leans towards you gently, or discreetly touches your hand or shoulder, it testifies their interest in pursuing more than just a friendship; they desire to be as close to you as possible!

Body language

In a larger group conversation, our body positioning can swiftly disclose our motives. If one member's torso is slightly directed towards you, rest assured, they are interested in you.

Inquisitiveness and emotional sensitivity

Your conversation partner is asking many questions and attentively listening to your responses? They are fully engaged in the conversation, undistracted by their mobile? And, do they offer you their jacket when it's chilly outside? It's clear that they are taking this relationship quite seriously.

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