In this article, we shall look at tips on how to tell if a girl likes you over text.
Look for messages that build up a connection and intimacy. When someone likes you, they will often try to establish an emotional bond with you through messages that create closeness. Common things to look for are if she chooses a nickname that she uses when texting with you. She may also try to connect with you by reaching out to talk with you about an experience or interest that the two of you share. Does she text you to reminisce about a funny moment at school or maybe to commiserate with you about a particularly troublesome assignment or test you both have coming up? These may be signs she’s trying to connect with you on an emotional level. Having a connection like this can also be a sign she is interested in friendship.
Pay attention to complimentary language. Things like compliments and expressions of gratitude send a clear message that the person on the other end of your text conversation thinks highly of you. These messages can also give you hints about what it is she likes or finds particularly attractive about you. Does she compliment your looks? Your clothes? Is she thanking you for doing something nice for her that day? You can learn a lot about what a girl thinks of you by paying attention to what she appreciates about you. Compliments don’t have to be straightforward. If a girl texts you to share happy news with you, she’s letting you know that she thinks highly of you. If a girl is texting you to share something that made her think of you, that’s a positive sign that you’re on her mind.
Pay attention to the questions and details she shares. Text messages are a good, relatively low-risk way for two people to get to know each other a little better. If a girl is texting you details about her interests, her likes, and dislikes, pay attention as she may be trying to find out if the two of you have important things in common. If she’s following up these details with questions for you, she may be telling you she’s interested in getting to know you better. Answer her questions thoughtfully and don’t forget to keep the conversation going by asking her things, too. This is also a good way to become better friends with someone, in general.
Check out her emojis. When someone is sending you a string of heart-themed emojis, this is a good indicator that they are interested in you. The more emojis, the better. By sending you these fun emoticons, she’s is letting you know that she’s clever and funny. Certain emojis, like the kissy face or lips, are often used to show interest in something more than just friendship.
Notice what time of day she is texting you. If a girl is texting you late at night or first thing in the morning, she’s letting you know that you’re the last thing on her mind before she falls asleep and the first person she thinks about when she wakes up. She also may be trying to make sure she’s on your mind just as often. Regular “good morning” and “good night” texts are a good indicator that someone likes you.
Pay attention if she sends you pictures. Photos of herself or pictures of what she’s doing throughout the day can mean she’s trying to give you a peek into her world. She’s trying to establish your interest in her life by sharing what she’s doing and seeing. She may even ask for your input or advice about things she shows you. Photos of her day are a way for someone to show that they are thinking of you and that they want you to be involved in their life.
Ask her what she’s up to and subtly suggest doing something together. Casually proposing that the two of you do something together can remove some of the anxiety and worry you may feel about asking her outright about her feelings for you. For example, you can ask her what she is doing tonight or this weekend. If her plans are open or not fixed, you can share what you would like to do and ask her if she wants to go to along with you. If she says she’s busy, it could mean she’s not interested but it could also mean she’s actually just busy. Ask her if there are any other days that she would be free to do something and see what she says. For example, you can ask: What are you doing this weekend?” If she says “Nothing” or “I was thinking of seeing a movie,” then you can say “I was planning on going to the movies, want to go together?”
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