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Sometimes you need to hide your feelings. But how?

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Don't tell everyone you meet or your friends about your feelings. The fewer people know, the less likely the person will learn the truth.

Updated on October 21, 2020, Anna
Sometimes you need to hide your feelings. But how?

Does your co-worker or neighbor set your heart in turmoil as soon as you see him / her? Yes but small flat, the chosen one of your heart has already found his half, he is your hierarchical superior or he is the best friend of your brother ... then it is impossible to reveal the true nature of your feelings.

For starters, avoid staring at the affected person with large loving eyes or staring at them as soon as they move.

Try to look natural. To do this, in the presence of your loved one, focus on something else like a conversation between people present in the same place, architectural details, etc.

Don't tell everyone you meet or your friends about your feelings. The fewer people know, the less likely the person will learn the truth.

Likewise, to find out about the person or to get to know their tastes and activities, do not ask those around them. Use social networks like Facebook or Twitter, which will anonymously provide you with a significant amount of information.

Finally, stay friendly with the person concerned! Indeed, the fact of wanting to hide your feelings should not make you to be unpleasant or to ignore it.


From the same contributor, Anna


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