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10 Signs That They May Not Be Into You

Updated on December 9, 2017
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Kenya is a wife and mother. She has worked in the Hospitality Industry for 20 years. Kenya is a certified Life and Mindfulness Coach

Anyone who is dating would like to know the signs of a person just not interested

10 Signs That They May Not Be Into You

It has happened to almost everyone. Including me. We like someone so much we cannot see that they are not feeling the same way in return. Don’t feel bad, I wish this list was out when I was dating, I could have saved a few heartbreaks if I was paying attention…


  1. You find yourself calling more than they do. Gosh, I remember this feeling. Feeling of embarrassment when you finally realize how much you have called and left messages. If they have not responded by the second call leave a message and if they haven’t called by the third day….they may not be into you.
  2. They only call you late night. Yep, been there too. It became a pattern. When I finally caught on to it, I felt used and cheap. So if you see this pattern….they may not be into you.
  3. There is always an excuse. No matter what you want to do, it will never be a good time. They always have to work, do something for their mother or children. If this sounds familiar….they may not be into you.
  4. They are the ones calling the shots. They call you only when they want to. You may not hear from them in weeks and out of the blue they call. If this is happening…..they may not be into you.
  5. Their Body Language. If they have a closed body language, meaning not opening or inviting…their arms might be crossed, they sit a distance from you, if so…they may not be into you.
  6. Fake smile/fake laugh. We been there, Heck we have done it. But if you notice throughout the evening a lot of fake laughs and force smiles….honey it might mean that….they may not be into you.
  7. No eye contact. If they keep avoiding looking directly at you while talking or listening. They are either lying, or hiding something. But it also could mean that ….they just might not be into you.
  8. You make them very irritable. This is everyone. When we feel forced to be around people we do not like, they become very annoying. If you feel that the person keep getting short with you, or snappy….they might not be into you.
  9. No affection. The person never holds your hand, put their arm around your shoulders, they show no type of affection…they may not be into you.

10.Trust your intuition. My daddy always told me, a woman’s intuition is rarely wrong. I live by that.

“Sometimes it takes a heartbreak to shake us awake & help us see we are worth so much more than we're settling for.”

― Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass

© 2017 Kenya Averette


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    • dashingscorpio profile image


      12 months ago

      These are all good signs.

      Probably the easiest thing to do is recall your own behavior when (you) are not "into" someone. Everyone has been there.

      We all get rejected as well as reject others. That's life!

      In a world with over 7 Billion people rejection just means: NEXT!

      Oftentimes the problem is people see what (they) want to see.

      Women in particular are famous for coming up with excuses for why a guy may have not contacted them and even if he gives them one of his own they're happy to accept it.

      If something doesn't feel right to you it's probably not right for you.

      "Never love anyone who treats you like you're ordinary."

      - Oscar Wilde


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