How to make my crush fall in love with me

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How to make my crush fall in love with me
Love opens up a world of possibility and hope. (tomber en amour, coeur à prendre image by Tjall from

Your heart begins to pound, palms sweat, mouth grows dry. No, it's not an earthquake. Your crush just came into view. Finding that special someone is exciting. Getting that person to notice and be excited by you is even better. When people fall in love, it is as if the rest of the world melts away and leaves only the lovers, for whom life is full of possibility and hope. Learning how to make your crush fall in love with you is the first step in this exciting, romantic journey.

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    Look into a mirror. Tell yourself the positive qualities you see. Close your eyes. Remember a time you felt blissful. Let your mind get lost reliving the sights, sounds and smells of those moments. Open your eyes. Look at yourself in the mirror. This is what you look like when you radiate with happiness and confidence. Let this feeling shine through when you encounter your crush.

    According to a 2009 article in "Psychology Today," six self-talk sessions in front of a mirror helped research subjects feel more confident. And a study on interpersonal relationships conducted by the Evolutionary Studies Program at Binghamton University found that people are attracted to confident, happy people.

    How to make my crush fall in love with me
    Positive self-talk boosts self-esteem, which in turn can attract others. (girl covered in green towel looking in mirror image by Nikolay Okhitin from
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    Take care of yourself physically. People are attracted to people who are attractive. Get your hair done, work out, get your teeth whitened. Do the things that make you feel you are putting your best face forward. When you feel good about yourself, others notice, and often will think the same of you. Dress in clothing that accentuates your best bodily features. Flip through photos of yourself and notice what you like best about yourself. Dress in colours and styles that bring out your best features.

    How to make my crush fall in love with me
    Physically attracting another is often one of the first steps to falling in love. (man in bathroom mirror image by Leticia Wilson from
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    Hold your crush's eye contact for just a second longer than you might normally. This sends a signal that your crush interests you. Follow up with flirty glances from time to time. When you have the opportunity to converse, demonstrate support for your crush's interests and pay genuine compliments. Pay attention to what your crush talks about and what interests him. Common interests can build bonds of friendship that are the cornerstone of a loving relationship. Smile. Smiling boosts your own mood and makes you more attractive to your crush.

    How to make my crush fall in love with me
    Smile and hold your crush's eye contact for a moment to signal interest. (young female teen smiling against brick wall image by Jorge Moro from
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    Laugh together. Finding silliness in life brings people closer. Experiencing novelty together builds strong bonds. Play video games, get lost in the woods, play pranks on your friends, impulsively swim at the beach with all your clothes on. Find ways to have fun together. You just may be spending the rest of your lives together.

    How to make my crush fall in love with me
    Have fun and laugh together. (loving couple image by Dmitri MIkitenko from

Tips and warnings

  • Be patient and faithful. There are many stages to falling in love. For some it takes time to develop. Always communicate emotions, both positive and negative, at the time you feel them.
  • Don't stay in a relationship that becomes abusive or detrimental to your well-being.

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