How do you know if someone has put spyware on your phone

 

Eric and I say over and over again that when a man likes you, it’s obvious. (That phrase was even the title of the first chapter of our book “ 10 Things every Woman Needs to Know About Men .”) However, given the high volume of questions we receive from readers asking us to decipher whether a guy likes them or not (and the fact that “ Does He Like Me? ” is the most popular article on the site), it obviously isn’t so obvious to you when a guy likes you.

Even though I write about relationships for a living, I also used to get tripped up back when I was single and would catch myself spinning into analysis mode while trying to figure out how guys felt. You analyze the texts, you replay your interactions with him over and over in your mind, you cling tightly to the compliments and kisses…and are more quick to part with some of the red flags and bad signs.  When you add emotions (and a bit of ego) into the mix, it can be hard to see things clearly. Instead, you’re seeing the situation through a lens of wishful thinking and sometimes a bit of self-deception.

Trust me, I know how confusing and frustrating it can be at times but the fact remains that when a guy likes you , it is obvious … especially when you know what signs to look for.

How do you know if someone has put spyware on your phone

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Eric and I say over and over again that when a man likes you, it’s obvious. (That phrase was even the title of the first chapter of our book “ 10 Things every Woman Needs to Know About Men .”) However, given the high volume of questions we receive from readers asking us to decipher whether a guy likes them or not (and the fact that “ Does He Like Me? ” is the most popular article on the site), it obviously isn’t so obvious to you when a guy likes you.

Even though I write about relationships for a living, I also used to get tripped up back when I was single and would catch myself spinning into analysis mode while trying to figure out how guys felt. You analyze the texts, you replay your interactions with him over and over in your mind, you cling tightly to the compliments and kisses…and are more quick to part with some of the red flags and bad signs.  When you add emotions (and a bit of ego) into the mix, it can be hard to see things clearly. Instead, you’re seeing the situation through a lens of wishful thinking and sometimes a bit of self-deception.

Trust me, I know how confusing and frustrating it can be at times but the fact remains that when a guy likes you , it is obvious … especially when you know what signs to look for.

John Tierney ([email protected]) is a science columnist for The Times. His essay is adapted from a book he wrote with Roy F. Baumeister, “Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength,” which comes out next month.