Find Out If Your Friend Likes You In 5 Simple Steps

There are various ways to find out if your friend likes you. In this article, I’ll share with you some of these subtle (and sometimes not-so-subtle) ways of getting to the bottom of things.

Are you ready to find out if your friend likes you? Read on!

Step 1: Say Something Complimentary.

Friends say nice things about friends all the time. But if someone likes you in a romantic way, it will show when you give that person a compliment.

Telling your friend how pretty she looks in her dress or how dashing he looks in his jacket will evoke blushes, stutters or a glow that is unparalleled.

Step 2: Observe for Out-of-the-Way Favors.

So you really want to find you if your friend likes you, huh? Well, check how considerate and generous your friend is.

Does your friend take the time to bake you a cake all the time? Or does your friend like to escort you back home in his car even when he lives in the opposite direction?

Of course, your friend could just be a really, really nice person which is why aside from observing these favors, you should also be aware of the next item on this list.

Step 3: Be Aware Of Special Treatments.

Is your friend only acting this way around you or does everyone in the group get freshly-baked desserts on the weekend? When your friend gives you (and you alone) the special treatment, then you already have your answer.

You might chalk it up to your status as the “best” friend, but will you really be satisfied with that conclusion? If you’re curious to find out if your friend likes you, then why don’t you try some of the more direct approaches below?

Step 4: Ask Another Friend.

You can ask a common friend. It’s a little risky because there’s always a chance that your investigative operation might trigger your friend’s defenses; but if you really want to know, then it’s a chance you have to take.

Step 5: Ask Your Friend.

Of course, you could always ask your friend directly yourself. Perhaps it’s about time to put an end to all the uncertainty anyway. No more tiptoeing around each other; no more odd reactions to what you choose to say.

If you really want to find out if your friend likes you, then you should also be prepared to hear the answer. Some people balk when they realize that their friend harbors certain feelings of affection for them and end the friendship right away.

If you’re going to let something like feelings end your relationship, then perhaps it might be better if you don’t try to find out at all.