10 Signs Someone Is Thinking about You


It’s a good feeling knowing that someone might be thinking of you-you feel some comfort knowing you’re in that person’s mind, especially if you feel the same for them.

Or, you at least hope that someone special is thinking of you.

But, although they’re thinking of you, this may not always be a positive thing- they may dislike you so you should take the needed steps to stay protected.

Anyway, it’s good to know if you’re on that person’s mind. But, until now, people haven’t been able to read each other’s minds and this is still a thing we see in fantasy and fiction movies.

But, it’s not entirely impossible to learn that someone has you in their thoughts. Here’s what you should be looking for in order to find out!

10 Signs Someone Thinks of You

  • Burning sensations in the ears or cheeks

If you feel a tingling sensation in the face and a bit of burning, someone may be thinking or talking bad about you.

You may also notice that your ears are also flushed.

 So, if you’re not embarrassed or very hot, this burning sensation may be a sign that you’re in someone’s thoughts.

  • Hiccups

Hiccups are annoying and a lot of people experience them after eating.

But, a random hiccup may mean something entirely different-a person may be thinking about you. They may be complaining about you.

If you tend to get them around a specific person, it may be that this person has been doing the bad mouthing.

Confront them or stay away.

But, before you jump to conclusions, make sure you’ve ruled out other reasons for hiccups such as drinking alcohol, eating, eating fast, ab surgery, meds, etc.

  • Goosebumps

Goosebumps happen when we’re having strong emotions and thoughts about someone.

You can also feel them because of some memories or when you’re listening to good music.

But, you can also get them without any particular reason and this may be because that someone is thinking of you-they find you attractive and want to be with you.

  • Sudden changes in your emotions

Sudden changes in your feelings, like feeling great then suddenly sad or angry and then suddenly calm may indicate that someone else’s thoughts are getting to you. They’re probably thinking of you quite intensely.

  • Seeing white feathers

White feathers may turn up around you after you’ve lost a person you cared about.

A feather symbolizes that the person you’ve lost is now in a better place and still thinking about you.

In a way, it’s believed that a white feather is a message from them to no longer worry about them-know that they’re watching you and want you to be happy.

  • Unusual discomfort while eating

You’re enjoying your meal without any rushing or gulping and suddenly, you begin to feel like you can’t swallow the food well and you may even begin to cough.

 It might be that the body is responding to some tension-it may be that you’re in another person’s thoughts.

They’re tense and causing you to feel this tension too.

  • Random eye twitches & itches

According to this superstition, eye twitches and itches are more than that-they could signal that someone has you on their mind. In men, eye twitches and itches means someone is thinking well about you when they happen in the right eye.

In the left, it’s the opposite. In women, it’s the reverse situation. But, make sure you’ve ruled out other reasons for this like stress, eye problems, tiredness, etc.

  • Dreams

If you keep seeing some person in your dreams, one that you haven’t seen for a while may be thinking of you.

Their thoughts appear to be so strong that they manifest visually in your dreams.

  • Physical touch

Have you ever felt that someone appears to be touching you, but when you turn around, there’s no one?

Don’t get confused-it may be because somebody is thinking very strong about you and in a way; the thoughts transmit a message which can manifest like you’re being touched physically.

  • Sneezing

This belief which originates from Asian culture claims that when a person is thinking of you, you may feel an itch in your nose and then begin to sneeze.




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