You don’t have to wait for a person to make a declaration of love. All you need to do is watch the unconscious behavior of your admirer. It speaks for itself!
BuzzWix collected confessions of anonymous lovers on the Internet. Here’s how they think most people reveal their feelings. But the most interesting thing is that people behave unconsciously regardless of gender or age.
- Once a lovelorn’s object of admiration shows up on their radar, he can’t help smiling. If feelings are too strong, he can also slightly raise an eyebrow without even realizing it or even smile unconsciously.
- If people start to laugh at someone’s joke while talking in company, lovers look unconsciously at those they like most.
- The first type of person always tries to be close to the object of their feelings. They tend to go to places where it’s possible to bump into their beloved in a casual manner and touch them at every opportunity, for example, with a little push in order to apologize and then give a hug.
- The second type of person tries to avoid the person they like. They may use rude language in conversation, thinking it will help to hide their true feelings for their “prey.“ Or they feel they’re simply not good enough to appear before the person. If ”object X” goes up, they will automatically go down.
If someone has recently been avoiding you or, on the contrary, trying to bump into you casually, there is a reason.
- A person in love often keeps an eye on the object of their admiration: it always seems as though there’s an important detail they previously missed. If one suffers from one-sided love, he usually can’t stop observing the situation because this is better than nothing.
- However, if the gaze is caught, “the second front” is activated: he feels the urgent need to observe the nearby curtain or to make the acquaintance of the old woman sitting in the next room. Go to next page to see more