And to be fair: If a woman is interested in you, she’s probably showing these signs.But the converse—that those signals mean she’s interested—isn’t reliably true, especially if you’re friends with her, and those "signals” could communicate anything from platonic interest to mere politeness.But the good ones are indeed out there, and luckily, the bad ones usually reveal themselves early in the process.Watching out for these warning signs can make it easier to take a relationship from email to in-person.It’s great conversation fodder when someone displays snapshots of himself on vacation or out with friends, but it’s reasonable to expect at least one clear picture of his face.If you receive an impersonal message that seems oddly like a form letter, it probably is.
Because here’s the thing, gents: You could monitor her pupil dilation, body temperature, vocal octave, and hair-flips with scientific rigor, but the fact is: the only way to know if a woman likes you is by communicating with her directly. Yes, but far more effective than analyzing the direction her feet are pointing when you’re seated at a restaurant. And if you still want a list of cues she might drop if she’s interested in you, we’ve collected stories from real, live women about how they communicate interest to men.
Many societal forces still condition women to behave passively, and in matters of modern romance, plenty of women defer to the man’s lead.
On top of that, people tend to communicate attraction through cues rather than direct statements, and it can be difficult to interpret those cues correctly.
Dating is a negotiation, and we don’t always get everything we want.
Getting involved with someone who’s so demanding from the start is sure to end in disappointment.