Flirting Or Just Being Nice?

Do you ever wonder whether someone likes you or they’re just being extra friendly? Well, here are a few signs that they do like you so you won’t be confused. DISCLAIMER: This video is for educational purposes and is based on personal opinions. This video is not a substitute for professional advice, but general guidance. We advise you to always listen to your intuition and always do what is right for you. Writer: Chamae Script Editor: Caitlin McColl Script Manager: Kelly Soong Voice: Amanda Silvera Thumbnail Artist: Nina Draws (@ninadrawthings) Thumbnail Manager: Michal Mitchell Animator: JelliBeans YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong REFERENCES Devani, M. (2021, January 10). How To Know Someone Likes You Secretly (31 Interesting Ways To Tell). LoveDevani. Retrieved from Guerra, J. (2018, November 27). How Does Having A Crush Affect You? Science Says It Can Make You Crave This One Thing. Elite Daily. Retrieved from Hamilton, L. (2021, October 28). Is He Attracted To Me? 5 Reasons He’s Not Just Being Nice | Regain. Regain US. Retrieved from Metrinko, L. (2021, June 15). 8 OBVIOUS Signs Your CRUSH LIKES YOU. Psych2Go. Retrieved from mindbodygreen. (2021, June 25). 10 Times When Jealousy Is Actually Healthy In A Relationship. Retrieved from Veninga, T. (2021, February 20). 27 Undeniable Signs That He Does Like You (vs. Being Nice). Change Him. Retrieved from Transcript: alugha Click here to see more videos:

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