6 Signs He’s Just Hiding His True Feelings For You
1. He remembers everything that you say.
He listens to you when you speak and reflects on what he hears. He thinks about and remembers your words. It means he’s been thinking about those words and about the one who said them. And if your words are important to him, so are you.
2. His body language when he’s around you.
Look for the following cues:
– the eyebrow raise
– the flaring nostril
– the parting lips
– the power pose (hand on hips)
– fiddling with his clothes
– touching his face
– fidgeting with his glass
– leaning in
– touching your back
His body language shows a clear preference for you and an interest in spending more time in your company.
3. He goes out of his way to be there for you.
With his hero instinct and his growing attachment to you, he likes to help you when he can, and will look for ways to be helpful. He’ll show he cares and wants to be there for you.
He’ll even change his plans because of you. He’ll make space in his daily schedule to spend time with you or be available if you call for him or need help with something.
If he’s willing to change his plans just to make more time for you, it really means something.
4. He’s always asking you questions
He wants to get to know you. And maybe that’s not so weird, but, as far as you know, he doesn’t do this with anyone else. And he seems far more interested in learning more about you than in talking about himself, his accomplishments, or his toys.
It’s one thing if he only does this once and shows minimal interest in your answers. But this guy is paying rapt attention to every word that comes from your mouth.
5. He gets jealous when he sees you around other men.
He shows his jealousy when he sees you talking with another man or smiling at him.
He desires to see some evidence that you prefer his company to anyone else’s (especially other men). So, if he sees evidence to the contrary, he may keep his distance and hide his true feelings as much as possible.
6. He looks for reasons to make physical (or other) contact with you.
He’ll look for reasons to initiate touch. He might put a hand gently to the small of your back to guide you through a crowd. Or he’ll reach out to touch your arm or hand to ask how you’re doing or whether you need anything.
And if you reciprocate, he’ll either backpedal or take it to a new level. He’ll also find reasons to call or text you to see how you’re doing or to “keep you in the loop” about something you don’t absolutely need to know.