How to Tell If a Boy Is Flirting With Me?

When it comes to matters of the heart, there are no set rules or guidelines to go by to understand how someone feels.
Pay attention to body language to let you know when someone is flirting with you.Pay attention to body language to let you know when someone is flirting with you.
There are signs that will let you know if a boy is flirting with you. You will also get that internal feeling that most people get when they think someone likes them. There is no reason to the method except you just know. Look for body language, messages from mutual friends, and trust your internal instincts to know when a boy is flirting with you.

Trust your instincts.
If you feel like a boy is flirting with you, he probably is. Don't be too eager to jump to conclusions and let him come to you. The boy might constantly want to borrow and lend things. This is just a way to have contact with you. He might also try to hug you or buy little gifts to let you know he is interested.
Pay attention to his body language.
If he is flirting, he might always be looking at you, find ways to be around you, or he will say things just to get you to talk to him. He may also come to your rescue if he thinks someone is trying to harm you or talk about you. One of the most obvious signs is when he is constantly trying to get your attention.
Listen for remarks from your friends or his friends.
He may confide in his friends and eventually it will get back to you. A boy will flirt by making eye contact and you will notice him smiling at you. According to Top Flirting Tips, "Always look for a cluster of three to five signals, and if he's not pointing at you or looking in your direction, chances are it's not you he's flirting with. "

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Warning

  • Don't jump to any conclusions; you don't want to put yourself in a position that might be embarrassing.

About the Author

Drenee Brown began writing online articles in 2006, contributing to various websites. She is a former Six Sigma specialist and received her certification through Ford Motor Company Lean Academy. She is also an entrepreneur and president of an electrical contracting company in Atlanta. She holds an Associate of Arts in communications from Sawyer Business School.