How to Know If a Shy Boy Likes Me

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How to Know If a Shy Boy Likes Me
How a shy person acts around you may reveal if they like you or not. (Which way to the heart? Labyrinth, a silhouette and a heart image by Stasys Eidiejus from

Trying to decipher if a person likes you can be very tricky. This is especially true if you already like that person. Directly confronting the person can create an awkward situation, so it is much better to look for cues or signs. Knowing if a shy person likes you does not pose any additional challenges since their subconscious will still drive them to act in a certain way.

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    Spend time with that person alone. Sometimes a shy person may feel uncomfortable in public or when surrounded by others. This way they may open up to you and express how they feel about you.

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    Observe how the person interacts with you. Indicators of interest may include extended eye contact or playful touching. The person may also smile a lot and mirror your posture.

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    Observe for any change in behaviour. The person may compliment you more than usual or appear nervous during conversation. They may also may dress up when they know that they may run into you.

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    Pay attention to the space between both of you when you are with that person. If someone likes you they will subconsciously enter into your personal space. Likewise they may allow you to enter their own space. This is an indirect way of someone expressing attraction.

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    Observe if the person tries to call you or talk to you more frequently. This could indicate that they want to develop the relationship, and you may notice that they are now opening up to you. Additionally, when two people interact for a long time, eventually the subject matter broaches onto more personal subjects.

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