How Do You Know If Someone Is Attracted To You?

Letting people know you’re interested in them romantically, and figuring out if they’re interested in you romantically can be complicated. Sometimes people just say it plainly using words like “I’m interested in you.” or “I’m not interested in you.”

But sometimes when people are interested in you romantically, they don’t say it plainly. Instead, they say or do things that they hope will get the message across, without actually saying the words “I’m attracted to you romantically.”

In this video, people talk about how they know if someone interested in them romantically, even if they don’t say it plainly in words.

What We Talk About And Why

 

How and Where to Meet New People

  • How some people move from that initial meeting to dating.
  • How some people move from casual dating to longer term commitments.
  • How people break up. How people recover from break ups.

 

Many people we support are interested in meeting people for friendship and dating. They may have limited opportunities to socialize, and limited information about where & when people tend to meet and mingle. This sometimes leads to things like asking strangers on the bus out on a date. They may have little context for how relationships progress and change. This sometimes leads to things like planning a wedding right after getting someone’s phone number.

In our videos, people of all abilities discuss where they met their partners, and how their relationships progressed over time. This gives a bit more nuanced information about dating than we get to see in a typical TV sitcom or romantic comedy film.

 

Rejection

Everyone experiences rejection. People with cognitive disabilities likely experience it more than most. They get turned down for dates. Staff who they are close to move on to other jobs. It can feel terrible. In our videos, people talk about their experiences of rejection, and their recovery from rejection. Hearing these stories can bring hope and build resilience.