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How to analyze people that don’t like you ?

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Our actions give away a lot of what we feel. According to a body language expert, even the position of our feet says a lot. When it comes to judging the future of a relationship or friendship, it can help to know the signs someone doesn’t like you.

Crossing arms

One of the biggest signs that someone may not be too fond of you is when they cross their arms in front of you. And, it happens more than you may think.

“Crossing arms can be a sign that someone is closed off or not wanting to receive what you are giving to them,” Craig told INSIDER. “Whereas arms that are open or placed in a non-closed off position says that you are ‘open’ to receiving what they are giving.”

Eyes contact

eye contact

When people look away from you while talking, it is most commonly referred to as being disrespectful. Likewise, Craig told INSIDER that it could mean that they are just not connected to you. “Many times people who are not particularly fond of you have a hard time making eye contact,” Craig said. “These individuals often seem distracted or disconnected while speaking and engaging with you. Their eyes may shift to other things happening around you which indicates a lack of respect and attention.”

Too much eye contact can signal someone dislikes you. It is common knowledge that disinterested people will look in any other direction for something or someone more interesting,” said Key. “Since we know looking away will be interpreted as rude, people overcompensate by making too much eye contact, to ensure they aren’t perceived as inhospitable. So if someone is ‘overly engaged’ in your story about your trip to Yosemite, they may just not be as captivated by you as you think.”

Checking time

checking time

Not only is constantly looking at your watch a sign of dislike, it is also a sign of disrespect,” she said. “If someone keeps checking the time while you are together, they may be bored by you or counting down the minutes until they don’t have to see you anymore.”

Fake smile

Keep an eye out for fake versus real smiles, which are pretty easy to spot. “You use more face muscles when you have a genuine smile and you see that in the lines round the eyes of the subject, which crinkle up more,” said psychologist Richard Wiseman in an interview with Robin McKie on The Guardian. A fake smile will look like a tense elementary school kid cheesing it up on picture day.

Reacting on jokes

Someone who really likes you for you, including your quirky sense of humor, will make an effort to show it. “If your crush doesn’t laugh at your jokes, regardless of how funny they are, that’s a telltale sign they’re not into you,” says relationship expert and life coach Stacy Caprio. “When someone is into you, they’ll be smiling just being around you, and if you try to be funny, they’ll appreciate it and it’ll be easy for them to laugh. If they don’t really care about you, they won’t bother to smile or laugh.”

They take no accountability

“If you can’t talk to this person about your feelings without them calling you insecure or if you ask them for something and they don’t do it, they don’t care enough,” explains Wagner. “This person isn’t taking you seriously.” And if they don’t think about you or want to make you happy, then the writing may be on the wall: They probably don’t want you.

He’s never jealous

It’s a turn-off when a guy goes full-fledged green-eyed monster on you. If this happens towards the beginning of the relationship, it’s even more of a red flag. In general, though, a little jealousy is normal and somewhat endearing.

If you’re at an event and other guys approach you, see if he seems to notice it. When you mention other guys in a conversation, check out if he seems to have any kind of reaction. Don’t specifically try to taunt him into jealousy, but do be aware of whether or not he’s inquisitive on the topic.

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