We are all familiar with the classic signs that someone likes you such as buying you flowers, giving you gifts, taking you for dinner, making eye contact while talking to you, and so on. All of these acts have become so obvious and ingrained into our minds and society, that they're impossible to miss. But relationships are always changing and figuring out a potential partner’s true feelings about you aren’t as simple as you think.
Here are a few signs that show your boyfriend is falling in love with you:
1. He Follows Through
During the initial stages of a relationship, most couples are focused on building trust and will do anything to follow through on all the promises they’ve made. Most people expect you to make lavish promises during the initial stages of the dating process, but in reality, the opposite might be true. If the man you’re seeing makes an extra effort, such as they call when they say they'll call, or follow through in some other ways, we can safely say that your relationship will mean something to them.
2. He Doesn’t Rush; He Takes It Slow
It’s common for most couples at the start of a new relationship to take things fast, but rushing things can sometimes jeopardize the relationship. Taking things slowly is the best approach to being successful in a romantic relationship. If someone decides to take it slow, it’s mainly because they fear that they’ll mess things up soon, and he or she fears it more than being intimate with you too soon.
3. He Establishes A Friendship First
One of the main signs that a guy really cares for you, when it comes to romantic relationships is if they try to develop a genuine friendship with you before they jump into anything romantic. The reason behind this good approach is to make sure they like you in a deep way that goes beyond an infatuation.
4. He Acts Awkward Towards You
If your potential partner acts cool, calm and brims with confidence in front of everyone else except you, it indicates he likes you more than you think. Most men and women in new relationships act awkward in front of their boyfriends and girlfriends, as they’re unsure how to act in the first place, despite the fact that they think they have it all together.
5. He Imitates Your Movements
When it comes to relationships, people mimic the traits and behaviors of their potential partners so that they can relate to them and get emotionally intimate with them. This has a lot to do with sympathy, but more to do with affection too. When someone mirrors your movements, even in a subtle way, it means that he’s attracted to you and likes you more than you think.
6. He Doesn't Mind Spending Time With You, No Matter How Inconvenient It Is
When you’re dating someone and he is interested in you, he’ll spend time with you no matter how inconvenient it is to him. He’ll drive extra long hours to be with you even for a few minutes or hours. Things that are highly inconvenient to him under normal circumstances won’t be a big deal to him if he’s head over heels for you.