Yeah, it's a little pathetic..if you like him back, then I'm sure you won't mind.
Of course, this doesn't count if you've been staring at him for the past hour, hoping to get his attention, and he catches you in the act.
If he always seems to be telling you stories that demonstrate how awesome he is, he's trying to prove himself to be worthy of you.
In my family, as a matter of fact, "other people" is the standard explanation for almost all misfortune.) But because—especially in intimate relationships—the complaint about Him or Her will, unfortunately and inevitably, wind its way around to You.He's often late, which is inconsiderate = I fear not being sufficiently appreciated. He thinks about his needs first, and mine second = If you express your needs, no one will love you. Your partner's faults are real (I'm on your side here) and various and even grievous, but those are their faults and, frankly, we're here to talk about you..me.Since people don't always use actual words to express their feelings, sometimes you'll have to resort to looking for unconscious signs that your crush likes you back.How do you know what you're getting into with another person? Novelist and therapist Amy Bloom offers an intensive session in cultivating insight and understanding.It's a good and bad thing to be considered an expert in love. People like me, who write about lust and love in fiction and nonfiction, who have clearly made several important and completely necessary detours in their private life, people who have more than one wedding ring in their jewelry box, these people we call experts. Here's the heart and the head of it: Know yourself, know the other, and face the truth about yourselves.