The ‘dark psychological trick’ to reveal if your crush likes you: Psychology graduate says you should make yourself cry to see their reaction – and explains why it’s a GOOD thing if they struggle to make eye contact
A life coach has revealed her sneaky tips to tell if someone likes you, and the body language men and women display if they have a secret crush.
And this week she took to her social media account to reveal how watching a person’s reaction to you crying could help you figure out their feelings towards you.
Coach Francesca, who studied psychology at City University in London, has racked up a staggering 885,000 followers by sharing her body language and relationship tips to her Tik Tok account
In a video titled, ‘Dark psychological trick to see if somebody likes you’, 彼女は言いました: 'そう, you have to cry. It’s a bit dark but it works. If they feel bad and they start to comfort you, they like you.’
彼女は続けた: ‘But if they get distant or annoyed, they don’t’.
Francesca then shared a new clip, 書き込み: ‘Sneaky psychological tricks to make people instantly like you’.
彼女は説明した: ‘Instead of trying to do things to impress others, do things to have fun yourself.
This week she took to her social media account to reveal how watching a person’s reaction to you crying could help you figure out their feelings towards you
「今、, imagine that you’re talking to your brother or your best friend, this will take the pressure off you and allow you to be yourself. If you feel comfortable yourself, you will make others feel the same.’
Francesca’s tips: How to make someone instantly like you
Be self amusing
Instead of trying to do things to impress others, do things to have fun yourself
Imagine that you’re talking to your brother
..Or your best friend. This will take the pressure off you and allow you to be yourself. If you feel comfortable yourself, you will make others feel the same
Don’t try to seem happy if you’re feeling sad, or seem confident if you’re shy. People will accept you if you embrace your own emotions’.
彼女は結論を下した: ‘Lastly, be congruent. Don’t try to seem happy if you’re feeling sad, or seem confident if you’re shy. People will accept you if you embrace your own emotions’.
Elsewhere Francesca teased her viewers in with a video captioned ‘Darkest manipulation to make someone fall for you.’
The video received 40,000 views but she soon revealed that manipulation was, 実際には, the worst way to attract a suitable match.
彼女は説明した: ‘Playing games will only give you power, not love.
‘Power and love are not compatible – you can’t have both at the same time in a relationship.
‘In essence we all want the same thing, which is true authentic connection and love.’
Getting to the root of why her followers might be playing games with their match, 続く: ‘Maybe you’ve been hurt in the past and are afraid to open up again.
‘You may be playing games because they make you feel in control so you won’t suffer.
‘But you will suffer anyway, trust me.
‘Love on the other hand, which is what you truly desire, requires vulnerability.’
彼女は説明した: ‘It requires you to take that risk of getting hurt in order to have a healthy, authentic relationship.
‘If you keep attracting emotionally unavailable people, it’s because you are emotionally unavailable’.
The life coach has revealed her sneaky tips to tell if someone likes you, and the body language men and women display if they have a secret crush.
Natasha concluded with the ‘four psychological signs someone secretly has a crush on you, 明らかに: ‘If they look down when you make eye contact, this is a sign that they feel embarrassed or nervous because you caught them looking at you.’
彼女は付け加えた: ‘Another sign is if they do a ‘drag touch’, sliding their hand down your arm, instead of a ‘touch and release’, which is more friendly.
‘Often they can unconsciously make themselves look better – men will stand up straight while women may play with their hair or jewellery’.
The life coach also revealed that if they may to ‘eliminate’ their competition, 説明: ‘If they sense interest towards you from someone else they may talk poorly about them.’
The video racked up over 440,000 views and hundreds of comments, with one follower exclaiming: ‘Wow so smart… not even Google knows this,’ 別の追加: ‘Thanks for the info.’