Tyler27 Tyler27 26-30, F 18 Answers Dec 3, 2009

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You have a glass eye.

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Uhm who exactly determines how much is "too much?"

And if you are staring at someone it could mean anything.

I have been accused of staring at people before when in fact I was staring off into space and thinking/concentrating.

Maybe they are checking you out

Maybe they are dogging you

It could be many things, why don't you walk up to them and ask them what their boggle is?

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it depends on the situation, eye contact can indicate interest in what someone is saying, or, eye contact can mean interest in the actual person

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you have confidence in yourself

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a) you're intense

b)you're looking to catch them in a lie


D) u love them

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Put simply:

You are either very attracted to the person, or you are a sicko.

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Eye contact

Doe eyes

A softening of the eyes, with relaxing of muscles around the eye and a slight defocusing as the person tries to take in the whole person is sometimes called doe eyes, as it often indicates sexual desire, particularly if the gaze is prolonged and the pupils are dilated (see below). The eyes may also appear shiny.

Making eye contact

Looking at a person acknowledges them and shows that you are interested in them, particularly if you look in their eyes.

Looking at a person's eyes also lets you know where they are looking. We are amazingly good at detecting what they are looking at and can detect even a brief glance at parts of our body, for example.

If a person says something when you are looking away and then you make eye contact,

then this indicates they have grabbed your attention.

Breaking eye contact

Prolonged eye contact can be threatening, so in conversation we frequently look away and back again.

Breaking eye contact can indicate that something that has just been said that makes the person not want to sustain eye contact, for example that they are insulted, they have been found out, they feel threatened, etc. This can also happen when the person thinks something that causes the same internal discomfort.

Looking at a person,

breaking eye contact and then looking immediately back at them is a classic flirting action,

particularly with the head held coyly low

in suggested submission.




Long eye contact

Eye contact longer than normal can have several different meanings.

Eye contact often increases significantly when we are listening, and especially when we are paying close attention to what the other person is saying. Less eye contact is used when talking, particularly by people who are visual thinkers as they stare into the distance or upwards as they 'see' what they are talking about.

We also look more at people

we like and like people who look at us more.

When done with doe eyes and smiles,

it is a sign of attraction.

Lovers will stare into each others eyes for a long period.

Attraction is also indicated by looking back and forth between the two eyes, as if we are desperately trying to determine if they are interested in us too.

An attraction signal that is more commonly used by women is to hold the other person's gaze for about three seconds, Then look down for a second or two and then look back up again (to see if they have taken the bait). If the other person is still looking at them, they are rewarded with a coy smile or a slight widening of the eyes ('Yes, this message is for you!').

When done without blinking, contracted pupils and an immobile face, this can indicate domination, aggression and use of power. In such circumstances a staring competition can ensue, with the first person to look away admitting defeat.

Prolonged eye contact can be disconcerting.

A trick to reduce stress

from this is to look at the bridge of their nose. T

hey will think you are still looking in their eyes.

Sometimes liars,

knowing that low eye contact is a sign of lying,

will over-compensate and look at you

for a longer than usual period.

Often this is done without blinking as they force themselves into this act.

They may smile with the mouth,

but not with the eyes as this is more difficult.

Limited eye contact

When a person makes very little eye contact, they may be feeling insecure. They may also be lying and not want to be detected.


hope this helps!

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It means you’re too close!!!!

Back away slowly.

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...that sometimes you're going to make some people very uncomfortable.

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My starring at them is making them think I am just a little too wierd

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you scare people... i do it in interviews! so i have to remind myself to look down at the breasts every now and again.

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Your confident in yourself and not too scared to look at people in their face. your good. also theirs the thing where people study faces of individual so you can remember that person

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You have a disorder of the eye where you simply don't blink !!

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