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"You start sabotaging their relationship in subtle and not subtle ways," she says."For instance, if he tells you that she seems to be too busy to see him, you start filling his head with a million reasons why she just might not be that into him.Somewhere along the line, the way you think and feel about this person changed."You enjoy being around them in a way that is different from how you are with your other friends," psychologist Nikki Martinez tells Bustle."You will start making up excuses to go see that special friend, you start remembering tiny details of when you are together, and when you look at each other there is more of a deep soul connection that just a passing glance," Alex says.
Meet nudists in Dallas TODAY and connect with hundreds of thousands of singles like you now!But before, after and in between those two moments, there can be lots of signals that your friend has a crush on you — or that you have a crush on them, or that you are both super hung up on each other and it's only a matter of time before you start making out.This limbo space can be really confusing, because friends are already really chummy and loving and can be touchy-feely and amazing listeners and supportive AF — in other words, the sorts of characteristics that people in a romantic relationship usually exhibit.If there's a certain glint in their eye, this may mean they're into you. "The biggest sign for me was when me and my now-wife were dating, I couldn't wait to see her," Rob Alex, who created Sexy Challenges and Mission Date Night with his wife, tells Bustle."I have had lots of great friends, but there is a magic in the air when that friendship moves to something stronger." Though you might not be sure at first, when you know, you know.
No matter what the circumstances or the situation, whether you're the one with the secret crush, you suspect your friend likes you, or it's a mix of the two, here are some reliable flags to tell if your friendship is becoming something more. If you're sitting around zoning out about your friend in class or at work, you have feelings for them. "Your heart beats faster when you see them, know you are going to see them, or hear from them," she says.