Be upfront—although ideally not blunt—about your curiosity first.
Whether or not she likes you, she’ll appreciate the honesty.
If he approaches me at a party and I’m not interested, I just find a reason to leave the conversation.” “Unfortunately, when I like someone, I run in the opposite direction.
I think I’ve been hurt one too many times, and I’m afraid of making a fool of myself.
It’s like saying, ‘I admire you as a person, and I want to know what you know.’ It’s also a good way to get physically close to someone.
On the flip side, she may be too shy or insecure to show her interest outright.
Because here’s the thing, gents: You could monitor her pupil dilation, body temperature, vocal octave, and hair-flips with scientific rigor, but the fact is: the only way to know if a woman likes you is by communicating with her directly. Yes, but far more effective than analyzing the direction her feet are pointing when you’re seated at a restaurant. And if you still want a list of cues she might drop if she’s interested in you, we’ve collected stories from real, live women about how they communicate interest to men.
And to be fair: If a woman is interested in you, she’s probably showing these signs.
But the converse—that those signals mean she’s interested—isn’t reliably true, especially if you’re friends with her, and those "signals” could communicate anything from platonic interest to mere politeness.
I typically don’t share this stuff once I’m dating someone, but I do this a lot when I’m first interested.