How Do You Know If Someone Is NOT 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 aren’t 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 not interested in you romantically.”

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

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Why We Talk About…



Let’s face it – dating can be amazing, exciting, and complicated. Where do we meet a potential partner? How do we let someone know we’re interested in them romantically? How do we figure out if they’re interested in us? When do we take a risk and when do we play it safe? How do we start dating?  How do we keep a relationship going? How do we figure out if it’s working for us? How do we change a relationship if it isn’t working? How do we end a relationship if it’s not working and we can’t change it? How do we take care of ourselves if we want a partner and don’t have one? If we get dumped? Who are the right people to ask about these things?



Everything in life involves risk. Walking out the front door of our home can be risky. Not walking out the front door of our home can be risky. Going online can be risky. Not going online can be risky.


Relationships can also be risky. Friends might disappoint us. Boyfriends, girlfriends, romantic partners might break our heart. Sex might lead to unplanned pregnancy or STIs. Consent isn’t always respected. Some people might try to rip us off. But not having relationships can also be risky. Loneliness and isolation are hazardous to our health.


How much risk  should we take? How can we figure out when a risk is worth it to us, and when it isn’t? How can we improve the odds of good things happening?


As well, what are the risks of never taking risks? What are the risks of not having enough information to make our own informed choices about risk? Who are the right people to ask about these things?

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