However, there are a few who are pretty liberal with it.
You might be with a very quiet guy who shies away from flowery language but who deep down, can’t resist you.
It is normal for a guy who really likes you to want to take you off the market and ensure that his competition doesn’t do it first. True story: one time a guy who I had only been on 3 dates with drove a two hour round trip for the sole purpose of bringing me coconut water.
A guy who is smitten won’t have a problem talking about future plans that include you. He couldn’t stay at my house more than 15 minutes since he had to work, but he visited two different stores to find the specific kind I liked and showed up at my doorstep anyway.
Men in who are in love have a way that they look at you.
You can’t go in there thinking “well you’re not doing X so that means you don’t love me.” Avoid! If things are going really well with your guy, cultivate a carefree attitude of happy enjoyment rather than serious over analysis. If you’re like most women, this story will sound familiar to you. there are regular calls and texts, flirty Facebook messages. To make things worse, it’s usually not an isolated incident. The shocking thing about “The Gap” is how subtly it can destroy otherwise healthy relationships.
When he loves you, he will maintain eye contact longer, and look keep looking at you when you aren’t necessarily speaking to him. A guy who is falling for you will announce that he’s not seeing other people in hopes that you will also get off the market.
He will cancel his online dating profile and put out old flames because he both won’t want to jeopardize things AND he will want you to himself.
Actions are always one of the biggest signs he likes you.
The majority of men don’t say the “L” word lightly.