Is Staring At Someone Rude?
When someone stares at you it can be spooky, especially when it’s an ex doing the staring. But other, friendlier and desirable, feelings can also be the intention, so what are the real motivations of your ex, and what feelings are you having?
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The Staring Game
Let’s have a look and see what exactly is going on when your ex is staring at you…
Is your ex fixated on you?
Do they find it hard to take their eyes off you?
Do you really mean that much to them?
– Or –
is it something else altogether? Something far more sinister?
A relationship breakup invokes different reactions from different people… (see using psychology to mend a breakup .)
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Hardly surprising because even though some breakups are decided on mutually and both people are quite happy to split up, a lot of the time this is not the case.
One half of the couple wants the relationship to end and the other doesn’t. Resentment is common.
This gives rise to a lot of different possible reactions from your ex.
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So, exactly why does my ex stare at me?
As for the reasons as to why your ex stares at you, well… there can be lots of them, but when you break it all down there are really only two reasons.
- Your ex is trying to intimidate you.
- Your ex has a genuine interest in you.
And it all depends on their body language.
It may be subtle, but if you know what to look out for, it is very noticeable. . .
Deciding The Reason Your Ex Stares At You
Someone trying to make you feel uncomfortable has a different way of staring at you than someone who is admiring you, wondering about you or hoping to get you back.
To help you understand the difference, when someone is staring at you with the purpose of intimidating you, it’s a deliberate act on their part. They’ve made a conscious decision to do it.
On the other hand, when someone is staring at you because they’re interested in you it’s purely instinctive. It’s an involuntary act.
We’re hard-wired to stare at people we find attractive. It’s a genetic thing.
You’re no doubt aware of the expression, “Their eyes met across a crowded room. . .” Two people with a mutual attraction for each other.
But how do you tell the difference?
Thankfully, that’s fairly simple.
When someone is interested in you they’ll give off lots of signals, In this article I’ve put together 24 signs your ex wants you back. The point is that if your ex is staring at you because they really desire you and want to reverse the breakup, then they’ll be giving off more body language signals than just staring at you.
Whereas someone who is just trying to torment you will not be giving off any of these other signs.
Once you know what signals to look for, reading other people’s intentions is a lot less intimidating and should help you decide exactly what your ex is really up to.
I hope this has helped answer your question, “why does my ex stare at me?” And if you secretly want to get your ex back, you don’t have to wait for them to decide. . .
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