How to hide your feelings from your crush?
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How to hide your feelings from your crush?


How to hide your feelings from your crush?

Sometimes with strong feelings for someone can be overwhelming. To hide your feelings, you need to stay calm with the person you love. To get over your anxiety, you first need to accept that being around them might make you nervous.

Being nervous is a very normal emotional reaction. Don't fight or ignore the feeling.

Focus on the positive.

If you hide your feelings from the person you love, you have a reason to. Maybe you are shy or just not ready yet. Whatever the reason, don't let it affect you negatively. Instead of worrying about the things you can't control, focus on the things that make you happy. Like, tell secret crush quotes for her that create a beautiful memory. Because if you put yourself in a hard situation you will only be affected by it not anyone else. So try to be calm and act easy in every situation you face.

Whenever the person you love comes into your mind, try humming your favorite song or thinking back to a happy memory.

Some examples are your pet, the smell of a flower, the memory of your last birthday party, and other happy memories. You don't need to be angry with yourself or be embarrassed by your nervousness. When you accept your emotions it will help you to control the situation too.

Avoid excessive eye contact.

The eyes can explain numerous things without saying anything verbally. Sometimes that's a good thing! However, if you want to hide your feelings from a crush, eye contact probably won't help. Try to avoid excessive eye contact with this person, as they may betray your feelings.

You don't always have to take someone's eyes off. That way, you might end up communicating something negative, like you're embarrassed or unsure of yourself.

Limit your interactions.

You probably know exactly where your loved one tends to hang out. Being in these places all the time could make your feelings very obvious to the person you love. If possible, limit the time you spend in these places. You may want to avoid them altogether, at least until the person you love comes through.

You should not completely avoid the place because of your crush, but if you want to hide your feelings from it, avoid its hangouts for a while.

Speak in a calm voice.

Whenever you need to talk to the person you love, keep your voice-controlled and your tone normal. Being nervous causes many people to speed up their speech, so focus on speaking slowly and evenly. It is found in human nature that if you talk with them politely.

If necessary, practice speaking calmly before you have to be with your loved one.

Work in a calm tone of voice.

Smile and act naturally.

Smiling is an easy way to make yourself appear calmer and more confident in others. If the person you love is a friend who you need to be around quite often, try to act as normal as possible when you're together. Follow your usual conversation topics and typical activities.

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