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Have you ever been in a situation where you like a girl more than she likes you?
Let’s break down some of the concepts behind this ghastly situation and what causes it.
As an example, let’s say John likes Jennifer. However, John doesn’t really say anything about it and gets nervous at the thought of telling Jennifer.
Every time he sees her or hangs out with her, he remains kind of quiet and just has small talk with her.
Eventually, Jennifer thinks John doesn’t like her and she loses interest in him because she is getting no signs of interest from him.
As in the above example, I have noticed so many guys will like a girl and hold in their feelings or keep a distance from her.
You have to fully put your feelings and yourself across to the girl so she understands what is going on. Otherwise, it’s a mystery to her.
There is the guy who smothers his woman and doesn’t let her do any of the liking. This is the guy who is always calling, texting and trying to please his woman without letting her please him back.
Women like to take care of their man. She needs room to invest in you. When she invests, then she will like you more.
It’s an issue when the guy is smothering the girl. This is the most obvious form of the guy liking the girl more than she likes him.
Whenever you don’t allow her space to like you, it won’t happen.
“Once you make yourself your source of good
feelings, then liking her will come naturally.”
It is important to allow the girl to go through the proper stages of liking you so her feelings can develop to maturity.
For example, if you barely met a girl and you are already telling her you love her, you may be going too fast. It’s vital that you go step by step.
Observe what phase you are at with her and match your behavior to that. If you guys are in the casual dating phase, it may be best to keep it casual.
If you give her the mental space to develop feelings for you, then you are able to cash out at that point. Be careful not to try and dive in too early. She needs time to like you.
This is the big one. Even if you do everything right, you have to be comfortable and content with yourself first before being able to fix the issue of an imbalance in your liking her more than she likes you.
Many times your degree of liking someone can be linked to your degree of feeling a lack within yourself.
The more you like yourself, the less you’ll need someone else, and the less you like yourself, the more you’ll need someone else.
Liking yourself first is a must when it comes to this situation. If you feel incomplete or alone when you are not in the girl’s presence, that means she is your source of good feelings.
Once you learn to make yourself your source of good feelings, then this process of liking her and her liking you back will come very naturally.
As a recap, put yourself out there, give her space to like you, don’t jump the gun and make sure to like yourself first and foremost.
If you do all of this, you will have a great chance of her liking you just as much as you like her.
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