3 Ways to Get Your "Peace" Like You (For Girls Only)

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3 Ways to Get Your "Peace" Like You (For Girls Only)
3 Ways to Get Your "Peace" Like You (For Girls Only)

Having a crush on someone can be exciting, stressful, and exhausting. You want him to notice you, but also to see your best. There's no guarantee your feelings will be reciprocated, but there are some things you can do to inspire your crush to like you. Meet the person you care about to find out if you really fit. Try to show you're nice when your crush is around, and then use some flirting techniques to show how you feel!


Method 1 of 3: Knowing your crush

Step 1. Smile and say hi whenever you see him

Don't be embarrassed and look down when you see the person you care about; give a little wave and a quick hello. If you want to conquer your crush, you have to make yourself noticed.

This is a great way to break the ice if you don't know each other very well

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Step 2. Try spending time with some of the same people your crush has been hanging out with

If you are from different groups of friends, it can be difficult to get close in a casual setting. However, if you have people you already know in your crush, getting to know them better can create an opportunity to get closer to those you care about.

  • For example, if a girl in your class is dating one of your crush's friends and you talk during class, you can ask to do some pair work with her.
  • You can also invite your crush and his friends to hang out with your friends as a big group. That way you can approach him without the pressure of being alone with him.
  • Avoid accidentally giving the impression that you like one of his friends. For example, avoid being overly affectionate with them, or you may end up spending group time with his friends rather than just him.


spend time only with people you really care about. Using people just to get close to your crush can make you seem insensitive and manipulative.

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Step 3. Ask questions to learn more about it

When you get a chance to talk to your crush, ask about his interests to find out if you have anything in common. Avoid questions where the answer can be just yes or no; that way, you're more likely to receive an elaborate response.

  • For example, you can say something like: "what did you think of the English test?" or "what is your favorite type of music?"
  • If you discover that you have something in common, continue with that subject. For example, if he likes football and so do you, you can say, "Oh, I love football! Which team do you support?"
  • Give him your full attention when they're talking. To show that you're involved with what he's saying, say things like, "Is that so?" that is cool!" or "wow, I didn't know that".

Step 4. Share things about yourself a little bit at a time

As you get to know your crush better, open up and talk about yourself too. However, try to focus more on him to show that you are interested in what he has to say.

  • You'll seem like a great listener, and if you hold back a little, it can give you a mysterious air, which might make him want to get to know you better.
  • For example, you might say that you took a family trip over the summer, but wait until you get to know him better to tell him that your aunt gave you a family heirloom.
  • As they draw closer, opening up more can show that you trust him and that he is important to you.
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Step 5. Become friends with your crush before trying to date him

The best way to get to know someone is to spend a lot of time with them. Try to do this as a group, and then only with him if the opportunity arises. With time you will understand what the other likes and dislikes, so you can see if they really fit or not.

  • As you get to know your crush better, pay attention to whether or not he talks about liking someone else; this could be a sign that he only likes you as a friend. However, if he normally flirts with you or shows an interest in dating you, he may be talking about someone else to make you jealous.
  • If he's too busy or doesn't seem interested in hanging out with you, wait a few days before trying again. If you give him a chance to miss you, he might be more excited the next time he sees you.

Method 2 of 3: Being Cool and Confident

Step 1. Take care of your appearance

Wash your face, shower and brush your teeth every morning. So, put on clean, ironed clothes, do your hair, and choose an accessory or two. You can also use a little makeup if you like, but don't go overboard; you want your crush to like you for who you are, so let your natural beauty shine through!

  • For example, for a cool casual look, you can wear jeans and a T-shirt with colorful sneakers, a cool bracelet, and a choker choker.
  • If your style is more feminine, you can wear a t-shirt dress, sandals and a pretty necklace.


Your personality and character are far more important than your appearance, but if you want your crush to notice you, taking care of your look can help.

Step 2. To appear sure of yourself, stand or sit with your spine straight and your head held high

Your posture can show your level of confidence, so whenever you remember this, try to straighten your spine, push your shoulders back, and lift your head. Try to keep your arms relaxed so you don't look tense.

When you sit or stand, your spine should curve slightly in an S shape

Step 3. If you get nervous around your crush, take a deep breath

Sometimes you can start to feel shy or nervous around your loved ones. This is normal, but if you want to be cool, take a deep breath and count to four. Then exhale and count to four again.

Taking a deep breath sends your brain a signal that everything is fine and that your body can relax

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Step 4. Smile and laugh around him

If you want to stand out, this is a good way to do it. A real smile makes anyone look more attractive, and your crush is sure to notice that you are a positive and happy person!

  • Pay attention to the kinds of things he normally finds funny and try to tell jokes that you think will make him laugh. For example, if he likes puns, you can say something like, "What do you call a magician a dog? A labradabrador!"
  • You can make fun of things that are happening around you. For example, if the school canteen food is bad, you can say, "Well, at least I don't want to eat for today!" However, avoid turning other people into a joke, as this will make you appear negative and cruel.

Step 5. Be yourself, no matter who is around

It can be tempting to act differently around the person you care about, but you should never change for someone else. It's important to remember that if your crush doesn't like you for who you are, he's not worth your time.

You may feel pressured to be sophisticated and straight forward, even when you are actually playful and easygoing

Step 6. Stop seeing your crush every now and then to go out with your friends

When your friends ask you to do something, don't refuse just because you want to spend time with a boy. Having an active social life will show that you are confident, cool and interesting. What's more, this will show your friends that they are more important than a crush.

  • Take time out for your hobbies, like a sport you play, crafts, or even things you like to do on your own, like walking, or listening to music in your bedroom.
  • If you and your crush end up dating, continue to make time for your friends. If you don't stick together, you'll be glad you kept your friends around in the process.

Method 3 of 3: Flirting with your crush

Step 1. Make eye contact and smile when you're around him

These two things are some of the simplest and most effective ways to flirt. Even if you don't know your crush that well, try to catch him when you pass each other. If your eyes meet, hold the contact for 2-3 seconds, smile and look away.

This might intrigue him enough to come to you and talk

Step 2. Lean towards the person you like when they are speaking

Your body language can send out subtle signals of how you feel. When you're talking, lean your head toward him or your body a little forward. Don't invade his space; shifting position slightly will seem natural and involuntary.

  • Pay attention to whether your drop is also leaning towards you. If he does, this is called parallelism and could be a sign that he is interested in you.
  • If you want to give more obvious signs that you're interested, touch your face, neck and hair.

Step 3. Praise your crush

When you get the chance, tell him you noticed something you like about him. You can compliment the look, of course, but if you really want to get his attention, try complimenting the character instead.

  • For example, you might say something like, "I love how comfortable you are around all kinds of people. Everyone likes you!"
  • You can also say something like, "you always know exactly what to say to make me laugh!"
  • A good compliment about his appearance can be like, "I love your new haircut!" This will show that you noticed that your crush changed the look. You can also add something like: "this shirt looks good on you". This compliment is about his appearance and at the same time about his sense of style.

Step 4. Touch your crush's hand or arm to show you're interested

When you're spending time together, find an opportunity to lightly touch his hand, arm, or shoulder. You can put your hand on his shoulder when he says something funny, for example, or you can put your arm on his when they're walking side by side.

If he walks away, he may not be interested. However, if he leans towards you or doesn't try to pull away, he might like you too

Step 5. Send a text message to chat when you're not around

If you have his number, this can be a great way to flirt. However, when you guys start texting each other it's a good idea to take it easy as you don't want to sound too intense.

  • For example, you can send a message that says something like, "Where were you on break? You missed a hilarious scene!"
  • If you already know each other a little better, you can start off by flirting lightly like, "Hi, kitty!"
  • Do not send more than one to two messages at a time. If he doesn't respond, wait and text another time; he may be busy or sleeping.

Step 6. Call him out for a direct approach

If you think your crush likes you too, but he doesn't take the first step, don't be afraid to do it! When you're alone, tell him how you feel and ask him out on a date.

  • You might say, "I like you more than a friend. Do you want to go to the movies with me on Friday to talk about it?"
  • If you're nervous, call him out by message. You'll have time to think about what you want to say, and you'll also give him time to think of an answer.

Step 7. Accept the rejection well if he says no

Remember, if you ask someone out on a date and they say no, it doesn't mean there's something wrong with you. That just means that person doesn't see you right now.

  • Try saying something like, "It's okay. I respect your feelings and I hope we can still be friends."
  • Don't be afraid to step away from this friendship a bit if it's painful for you or there's an awkward atmosphere.


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