Before looking for confirmation that she likes you, you should already be sure it's true.
Step 1. Suppose she likes you
By doing so, you show confidence. In this case the truth will come out sooner or later.
Step 2. Let her know that you like her language and to the point where she is both comfortable and ready to understand
Be prepared to accept that he may not believe you or understand your feelings (or his for that matter).
Step 3. Don't be seen too desperate, as this usually gives a poor image
Respect is earned. The moment he thinks he's holding you at his feet, you're done.
Step 4. Get her to participate in relationship topics and activities
Create positive personal connections. Reach milestones with her.
Step 5. Share your values in words or actions
Find out what its values are. Recognize common values without being too obvious.
Step 6. Ask yourself what you would do if you knew she liked you
Could you kiss her? Would you seek physical contact? If you want her to admit that she likes you, and you know she might be… then act like you already know
Step 7. Let her speak with her eyes or with her actions (or in other ways)
Some people are not good with words, and you may find that the message you are looking for has already been clearly conveyed in an unexpected form.
Step 8. Treat her in a friendly way; get close to her
This will make it easier for you to admit it.
Step 9. Don't intimidate her
- It's never a good idea to talk about topics like ex-boyfriends or other uncomfortable topics. If a conversation brings back painful memories, you will be held accountable for that and his overall impression of his relationship with you will quickly worsen.
- If the memories are good (from his point of view), his heart may drift away from you. Otherwise, you are bringing back bad memories and his subconscious will label you as a friend he can talk to about his past. Also, you should never give her the impression that you want to start a relationship with her, unless you're sure that's what she wants too. Because? What if she just got out of a relationship? What if it was a bad relationship? What if she wants to relax and not worry about being in a serious relationship? Etc. The point is to know how YOU can best meet his needs at all times.
- Don't pressure her and don't constantly ask her if she likes you. Take a break and ask again after a few days. She'll soon realize it's okay that she likes you and admit it.
- Whatever you do, don't go into the "Best Friend Zone", because it's just painful since at some point he'll get to tell you about the other guys as he sees you as one of his best friends. Avoid it.
- Don't tell her about other girls. He doesn't want to hear how you kissed one girl or dated another, even if the kiss or date didn't go well. There is no need to try to make her jealous in this way, nor will it make you appear more desirable or mysterious. It will only confuse her and make her think you don't like him.
- Don't try too hard. It is a sign of weakness and despair, not of strength and security.
- If the girl admits that she likes you but only as a friend, step aside. Don't tell her that you can only think of her as your girlfriend, because that way she'll stop talking to you and she probably won't change her mind.