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Know if Your Female Friend Is Falling for You

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Whether a married woman likes me or not?

I am working in an office where a married woman who is working in my department & under my supervision. Her eye contact, smiles, body language etc seems to me that she likes me and I express some sort of interest on her. After that her body language little bit changed and she physically seems reserve on me but phone me a lot of times in a day and talks a lot apart from working issues, like her family problems, little jokes etc. Now I am confused whether she likes me or not?. I have tried: I tried to express my feeling to her which was little bit sexual

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There are coquettes who like finding conversational partners. They do not need anything but the proof of their beauty and feminine qualities. To find out if she is the type, attempt to observe her manners with other men.

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She can also be an earnest woman who lacks an aspect in her marriage and finds thrill elsewhere, waiting for a compliment or two, encouragement, or invitation to an event to spend some time away from home. Her distancing herself from you might only mean that she is still unsure if she wants to take the serious step towards you or that her flirt object has changed. You can start off from afar and compliment her clothes, keep thanking her for calling you, and invite her to something neutral, such as an exhibition, a music concert, etc. You might find out her intentions or at least become her good friend.

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Is she giving me the signs that she likes me?

I am not sure if she likes me or not. I have tried: I have tried testing her and make her jealous


Making her jealous can backfire on you so be careful. If she is interested in you and then you begin dating someone else, she may just give up for the sake of keep a friendship with you. The best thing to do would be speaking with her about your feelings. Instead of looking for signs, look for an opportunity to discuss your interest in dating her.

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I don't know if my coworker likes me or not?

My expectation is meeting with her character and quality, but I couldn't predict if she really likes me or not.


Co-worker relationships are generally cordial to keep peace in the workplace environment. She could just be carrying on conversations with you out of pleasantry and work efficiency. A good way to see if she is actually interested in you is to ask her to go for coffee or a drink out of the workplace environment. If she discusses work with you outside of the workplace then she is only interested in a working relationship with you.

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How to know if my 13 year old "girl" "friend" likes me?

She stares at me directly a lot, I can see the glow in her eyes, but she doesn't try to lightheartedly tease me or hang out with me, but I know for sure she likes me.

At 13, we are not thinking about dating or relationships. She may like you as a friend and be interested in something more with you but at this age, friendship is best. When you are young, most of your relationships with the opposite gender will be a foundational friendship first before a relationship. Some people have grown their friendship into a relationship when they are older but rushing the process can mean that you lose her completely even as a friend.

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Is it true if a girl you like as a friend comes up to you and that she loves you and wants to be your girlfriend, true or not?

Is it true if a girl you like as a friend comes up to you and that she loves you and wants to be your girlfriend, true or not?

If she is risking your friendship by telling you that she wants to be your girlfriend, then she does mean what she is saying. To open up like that to a friend is difficult. She had to weigh the chance of losing your friendship before she told you about her feelings. If you are interested in her also, then be honest with her about your feelings. You said you like her as a friend so if there is no possibility that you can grow your interest into her as a girlfriend, it is best you tell her instead of leading her on.

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I need help telling if she likes me and if I should ask her out?

So my friend are telling me that she likes me and her friends tell me that she likes me. Every day I see her at school and half the time she stares at me and when I turn around she looks away. My friends and her friend are telling me to ask her out! I'm not saying I don't like her, we are good friends. she helped me when I came to my new school and I helped her. I hang out with her every day, she comes and watches my basketball games and practices and cheers me on. the first person I see every day at school is her.and the first text I see every day is good morning. what should I do? People are trying to make me ask her out and I don't think it would be right and I also think I should ask her out. I have tried: Hang out with her every day even weekend. do my projects with her. I think it was caused by: There is no problem it just happened ever since I moved here

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It sounds as if you two are already almost dating. She texts you every morning, you see her every day including weekends. Obviously, you both have an interest in the other but make sure that you can see more than friendship with her. Instead of involving her friends and your friends, speak with her directly that you feel comfortable around her and enjoy spending time with her. Explain that you are not ready for a relationship but would like to see where your friendship with her leads. Take off all the pressure from the friends by going directly to her. Then tell both of your friends that what happens between you and her is your business and not theirs. Don't let peer pressure force you into something that you are not ready to do.

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I'd like to know if my assistant professor likes me more than a friend?

We have become really close and we text and all. College is about to end. So I want to know if she likes me more than a student?

You are a student until you graduate. She is your assistant professor. Her employment agreement could have rules about dating students. Even without rules, it is highly frowned upon amongst faculty to have anything more than the standard student/professor relationship. If she seems to be crossing those lines with you, it is probably just not you that she is doing this with. Wait until you graduate. Then send her an email or call her and invite her out to meet with you now that you have graduated. If she takes an interest, then you can pursue a relationship with her. Also, if she does not respond or denies you, then you do not have to face her in awkwardness on a weekly basis until you graduate.

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