5 Signs Someone Really Likes You

Janice Tovey
2 min readDec 30, 2021

Behaviors that reveal attraction

Couple touching hands displaying affection while drinking coffee at a restaurant.
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It is too risky to ask someone directly if they care for you. The result could be embarrassment and rejection.

When we know what to look for, we can watch for the 5 telltale signs that someone is interested.

5 surefire signals that prove someone likes you a lot:

Extended Eye Contact: A person is definitely interested in you if they maintain extended eye contact. The person will look directly into your eyes or try to obtain your attention by nonchalantly staring at you. Intense eye contact reveals that the person likes you a lot.

They match your behavior: It is true that people who genuinely like you will start to mimic your behavior. This is all on a subconscious level. They may mirror your hand movements, the tilt of your head, and many of your behavioral gestures. Clearly this person is very interested in you.

The position of the their feet: The direction of a person’s feet reveals a great deal about their attraction to you. If someone’s feet are pointed directly at you, take this as a sign that they want to get your attention. They like you a lot. Again this is usually on a subconscious level and something they are not aware of.

Leaning into you: This one does seem rather obvious. When someone is interested in you, they will lean in closer to you. This usually happens when you are speaking. This is a sign of their attraction to you. They are interested in what you have to say.

Raising their eyebrows: When a person lifts their eyebrows while talking to you it a sign that they are interested. This movement if called a “flash.” It is quick and involuntary. It only occurs when there is release of dopamine into the bloodstream. This hormone is released when one person is attracted to another person.

Watch for these 5 signals that someone likes you a lot. Take the guessing out of love and romance.

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Janice Tovey

My passion is writing. I also love reading, teaching, animals, nature, music, and humor. I am curious about everything and enjoy writing about all things.