Other “do not disturb” signs include when she’s reading, writing or working on her laptop.If she’s in a public place – a cafe, a Starbucks, what-have-you – and she’s reading or on her laptop, then the odds are that she’s there because she , not to flirt.Similarly, she may use obstacles – especially clothes or accessories like a hoodies or sunglasses – as a physical barriers to eye-contact.Wearing headphones or earbuds are another universal “do not disturb” sign; in fact, many people will wear earbuds without actually listening to music want to know what she’s listening to.A woman who’s interested in being approached, for example, might signal the guy she’s attracted to with the classic “lock eyes, look away, look back” move.But just as women tend to signal their interest with what’re known as “approach invitations”, they’ll also signal that they the same way.
Don’t get me wrong; to some guys, the cute barista is more appealing than any other woman on Earth…
One of the keys to getting better at interacting with women is to understand the differences in how men and women are taught to communicate.
Women are taught to be indirect when communicating their desires and interests – especially when it comes to interacting with men – and are more likely to rely on non-verbal communication.
And to make it worse: she’s effectively trapped with the guys who are harassing her.
Her options are to get off her stop or hope that he gives up and goes away.
And no, it doesn’t matter if you notice she’s updating her Facebook page instead of working on her thesis; if she was interested in talking to somebody, she wouldn’t be focusing on a computer screen.