1. Being overwhelmed by deep feelings of sadness or hopelessness.
2. Lack of energy; feeling sluggish and lethargic. Alternatively, feeling restless and agitated.
3. Having no interest in, and deriving no pleasure from, activities they previously enjoyed.
4. Experiencing feelings of anxiety and panic.
5. Feeling as if they are in turmoil; feeling worried and irritable all the time. He or she may brood over things, or suddenly lash out in anger (because of their feelings of distress.)
6. Having difficulty organizing, concentrating or remembering things (where this wasn’t previously the case.)
1. They stand closer to you or they keep a smaller distance when they’re around you. It shows that they are comfortable with you and want to get physically intimate.
2. They are more likely to face you when talking to you as opposed to standing sideways or away from you. However, if they are shy, then maybe this point won’t apply so much. Instead, they will periodically take glimpses at you when you’re not looking.
3. They’d try to get your attention for trivial things such as calling you about what homework they have or when the homework is due.
4. They smile more frequently because of you. Even if they don’t show it while around you because they don’t want you to find out they like you, they will smile when they think of you.
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