When a lady likes a guy, the first thing she will be after is to get the guy's attention and make him approach her. To do these things, she will start to give the guy some signs and do all she can just to convey her feelings. Although some girls make the first move, but in a case where the woman is shy or afraid of getting rejected, she will only show some signs and expect you to make a move.
As a man, there are some signs a lady will show when she wants you to approach her. To be sure you are not getting the wrong message from her, you should make sure she's making it obvious to avoid any form of embarrassment.
In this article, I will be showing you 3 signs a lady will show when she wants you to approach her.
1. She always comes around you.
One of the signs that shows a lady wants you to approach her is when she's always around you. For her to be always around you, means she's interested in you and wants you to make a move. A lady that doesn't want you to approach her will never be around you and you will hardly cross path.
As a man, for you and a lady to always cross paths, it might not be a coincidence, it could be a sign that she wants to approach her.
2. She always maintains eye contact with you.
When a lady always maintains eye contact with you, you should know she's interested in you and it's a sign she wants you to approach her. She can't just be staring at you if she doesn't find you attractive.
If you caught a woman staring at you and she still doesn't take her eyes off you, you can make a move.
3. She tries to be close to you.
When a lady wants you to approach her, she will try all her possible best to be close with you. If you rarely talk, she will somehow start a conversation with you and try to be close with you. When a lady is showing this sign, you should know she wants you to approach her.
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