How to Get a Guy to Notice You at School

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When trying to get a guy to notice you, the best thing to do is to get his attention by creating opportunities to hang out with him. Show an interest in what a guy is interested in to get him to notice you with help from a psychologist in this free video on dating advice.

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Hi, my name is Reka Morvay, I'm a psychologist, and I'm going to talk to you about how to get a guy to notice you at school. If you would like a guy friend, or maybe a guy that you don't even know yet to notice you at school, well, the first thing to do is to get his attention. Which means that you should go and try to create opportunities to hang out with this person as much as possible. If they're doing any activities after school, or members of any clubs or on any sports teams, try to find out this information, and try to spend time close to this person as possible. Or get to know some of their friends so that you're invited to some of the same events and some of the same parties. Basically what you're trying to do is you're trying to create an opportunity to go and talk to this person, because that's the first step. You need to be able to spend time with this person in order to be able to talk to them, and when you talk to them that's your opportunity to let them know that you're interested. Now you don't have to come out and say "Hey, I'm interested in you", but you can show by showing an interest in what this person is interested in, showing an interest in them and their lives, what's going on, what, you know, what they did. These are your opportunities to show an interest. So the first thing you need to do is to create yourself an opportunity, and the way you do this is to find out where they hang out, what they like to do, and figure out a way to join them in those activities and in wherever it is that they are.


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