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Fortunately, women have more control over their love lives than they once did—you can no longer hand her dad a cow and call it a day—but we still have a long way to go.

Many societal forces still condition women to behave passively, and in matters of modern romance, plenty of women defer to the man’s lead.

On top of that, people tend to communicate attraction through cues rather than direct statements, and it can be difficult to interpret those cues correctly.

But the converse—that those signals mean she’s interested—isn’t reliably true, especially if you’re friends with her, and those "signals” could communicate anything from platonic interest to mere politeness.

On the flip side, she may be too shy or insecure to show her interest outright.

My guess is that when people read the title of this article they will react with either a, “what are they talking about? Thank goodness WYG is finally covering this topic”.

How can someone be grieving someone who is still alive and what the heck is ambiguous grief??? This is one of those topics where if you have been there, you get it and if you haven’t, you don’t. Before we dive in, if you clicked on this post because you feel like you are grieving someone with a terminal illness who has not yet died, there is another WYG article you should read before you read this article.

I’ll try to be in the same space with him as much as possible, meet his eyes, and find excuses to touch him—like ‘accidental’ thigh touch when sitting next to each other, where neither of you pulls away.” — “Although I think of myself as an outgoing person, I often communicate romantic interest in more of a passive than an active way.

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