Dating are they into you
There is nothing more exasperating in the world of dating than a guy who seems really interested, but then also maybe not…but then yes…but no again.
I’ve been there, and I know most of you have based on the comments and e-mails we receive.
Look for teeth: "When he feels really happy, he's not covering that up," Wood says. If his smile involves his whole face, it means you're genuinely affecting him in a good way. In response, he might quickly lick his lips or press them together. But now that everyone is used to being glued to their phones, nonstop eye contact can make people feel uncomfortable. In other words, he's into you and he's trying to attract you. But when he can physically hear you perfectly well and leans in anyway, it means he's interested in what you have to say — and you, in general. He puts his hands on his hips with his elbows out to the sides. If he makes an effort to find a common thread or asks you lots of questions, his body language may reflect his personality (shy), and he could actually be totally enthralled by you. If he reaches up to touch it during your interaction, he's interested in you and worried about coming across well. The same goes for interlocking fingers, while an arched palm means he's scared or may be holding something back (literally). Unless he's leading you through a scary or crowded space, he should adjust his pace to match yours.
So, new rule: If he spends about 80 percent of your interaction looking from your eyes to your nose and lips, he's into you, Wood says. Because this stance takes up more space than standing with your arms against your sides, Wood says this is a male power signal that guys use to show physical superiority over other guys.
When a guy really likes you, it’s usually pretty obvious. The uncertainty usually runs rampant if a guy seems to fall somewhere in between.