Make Eye Contact It can be scary making any kind of conversation with a guy you have a crush on. All you can imagine is how you’ll embarrass yourself by mumbling nonsense to him. Sometimes all you need to do is give him a bit of eye contact. If you’re always looking away when he is around, it shows that you couldn’t care less about knowing him or him knowing you. Smile! A warm smile says that you’re friendly and kind. A smile can be inviting and makes it easy for people to approach you. Imagine if he felt the same way about you, but was shy to approach you? A smile will make it easy for him to approach you. Compliment them If you see your crush quite often, try complimenting him every now and then. It could be the kind of music he likes or something great that he has achieved. Now, the trick is not to literally ‘shower’ him with compliments, but it must be in a way that makes it look obvious you have feelings for him. Be confident Boost your confidence by wearing something that makes you feel good. When you feel good, your confidence shines through. Engage in good conversation with people around and give him a glimpse into your personality and character. Guys are naturally attracted to women who seem fulfilled and happy in their own lives. Make a connection Take notice of his interests, it’ll give you a lot to talk about when you next see him. If mutual friends invite you to an event where he is also invited; show up. And use that opportunity to connect with him. Soon, you’ll find yourself getting closer as you get to know each other.
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