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I have given my fair share of mixed signals to men over the years, for various reasons. Guys, you know the feeling: Why do women do that? Is she really into you, or is she playing you? What is going on? Okay, well I readily and I guess somewhat shamefully and somewhat proudly admit that I have been guilty of giving mixed signals to men, in certain times of my life, due to certain circumstances.

Here are some of my personal reasons why I have acted that way. Every woman is different, so don't take the ideas below as gospel. This is just one woman's honest opinion. However, many of these reasons and situations are common, so use your better judgment.

It is up to you to read the situation and figure out what's going on. There are other factors that could be causing this type of behavior, so just try to be clear and calm when you assess the situation. If I am attracted to a man, and I feel that he is sending me mixed signals, then I get nervous. What if he doesn't really like me? What if he's playing me? What if he's already attached and I don't know yet? I will flirt when I feel safe to flirt, but if I feel even the slightest hint that he isn't responsive to my flirting, I will back off and pretend that I'm not all that interested.

I might even ignore him the next time I see him until he gives me some sign again that he is interested in me. Then I will open up again. Women are sensitive—more than most men and women realize! I often take things personally, even if it is not intended that way. If you are having a bad day or are stressed or whatever, just take a second to let me know that is the reason you are brushing me off. Then I will not think it is something that I have done, I'll be happy to give you your space, and I'll be there for you when you are more emotionally available.

Keep in mind that other people are going to interpret the things you say differently than you do. Someone could easily interpret something you say as flirty or not depending on the context, so it can be very easy for someone to misinterpret the things you say. You might think you are being flirty, but to the other person, you are giving them mixed messages as to how you actually feel.

Sometimes I really like him, but I'm too shy to flirt outright with him. So, I flirt with the closest person to him because I feel safe and there's no risk. The closest person is usually his friend. Sorry friend, but if you are honest, you'll admit that you do it to women too!

It means that I can be flirty, funny, charming, and everything else wonderful, but if I am rejected by the man I like, well, I wasn't flirting with him was I? That way I can save face. The advice here is that if a woman is openly flirting with you, you need to check her body language to see if her attention is fully on you, or if it is on someone else in the room.

Same goes if a woman you like is openly flirting with someone else—is she quietly checking to make sure you notice? If a woman is seriously attracted to you, once she receives positive signals from you that you are interested in her, she should stop flirting with your friends. On the other hand, if you make her feel put down or insecure, even in an established relationship, she may just turn to your friends for a much-needed confidence boost! Additionally, if a woman does not know if you like her or not, she may get friendly with one of your friends to figure out how you really feel about her.

She is testing you to see how you react: No matter how crazy I might be about a man, sometimes it is inappropriate to flirt or even admit an interest. At these times, I may seem suddenly cold and unresponsive or even ignore him completely—it's not the man, it's the situation. Some examples of this might be:. If a guy has hurt me, I'm going to be angry. When I love someone, it opens up my emotions in every way—not just my feelings towards him, but feelings that I have kept repressed for much of my life.

I really open up to him, so if he disappoints me and he will—he's human , it's like reliving bad memories. I will more than likely overreact, and if he tells me I'm overreacting, I will be even more upset with him.

I will punish him by shutting him out and perhaps letting others get close to me. This is the time to listen to a woman. Don't offer advice, just listen. If you felt the same way, you would probably walk away and spend time alone, but a woman needs to talk about it. She is not attacking you personally, she just needs to work her way through the problem. Once she has sorted it out in her head, she will realize and admit that she was overly emotional, and she'll be ready to show appreciation to you for letting her vent.

Maybe something has happened to make me feel unsure about myself or about our relationship. I'm worried that things are not right. I need the man to prove himself to me. Once, he would have gone off and killed something for our dinner, and I would have known everything was okay.

These days, it's a little more complicated. I might test him by being aloof, sad, or perhaps even angry. If he walks away and doesn't give me a sign that he cares, I definitely will be angry.

I need him to show me love—he needs to tell me and show me, and then everything will be okay again. I'm not interested in him, but I know he has feelings for me, and I love the attention. If he comes on too strong, I'll do everything I can to put him off.

If he loses interest, I miss the attention and try to regain it. It's mean, it's cruel, and unfortunately, it happens often. If a woman is doing this to you, move on! It is not worth the time or the energy to get wrapped up in something like that. Try to not take it personally because she probably has that type of behavior around other men as well. There are plenty of other women out there for you to spend your time on.

Lots of men are attractive, but that doesn't mean that I want a relationship with all of them. Some men are downright unattractive, but they are still people with feelings and emotions. Sometimes I might just feel flirty, but today I might not notice a man I flirted with yesterday.

Sometimes I might politely respond to flirting because it would be rude to do otherwise. Sometimes I might really like a man, but just not in a relationship kind of way, if you get my drift. If a woman is attracted to you enough to want to get to know you better, perhaps intimately, you will know. She will find a way to let you know. Many women act friendly and flirty all the time, don't just assume that means she is interested in you.

I'm not going to pretend otherwise: Woman are complex and complicated individuals, often much more so than men. I think that the trick, if there is one, in dealing with mixed signals from a woman, is to look at the whole situation. What has just happened? What is the woman's overall response to you? As I said at the beginning, I am also guilty of sending mixed signals. Just try to be honest and open about how you feel, doing that will help clear up much of this. Don't just assume certain things based on how someone acts around you.

The do's and don'ts of text messaging can get confusing so keep in mind that just because she suddenly stopped texting you, it does not necessarily mean anything.

There could be quite a few reasons why she is no longer texting you:. From a man's perspective, there are a couple of things to do to help the situation.

No one likes being jerked around, so these tips will help alleviate some of the confusion caused by women acting hot and cold. Guys, if you do find yourself in this kind of situation there are some things you need to refrain from doing; otherwise, you will only make the situation worse.

Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Hes nice to me one day then the next he completly ignores,avoids,wont even look at me if im in the same room.

Guys really suck sometimes. Actually you should give her 4 days alone and then take the initiative to open up communication if she is distancing herself. If she really likes you, she just wants you to be a man and show you can be brave. Chances are you ignored her, hurt her and making her take the initiative just makes you look like a littor boy that will put all these responsibilities on her.

Look at how women are being treated as if they must be the man. I feel sorry for what women go through and how much bs they put up with alone. I still miss someone I took for granted. She was great but I was speaking to another girl on the side.

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They were written to the left of a syllable in vertical writing and above a syllable in horizontal writing. The South Korean government officially revised the romanization of the Korean language in July to eliminate diacritics. Different languages use different rules to put diacritic characters in alphabetical order. French treats letters with diacritical marks the same as the underlying letter for purposes of ordering and dictionaries.

Languages that treat accented letters as variants of the underlying letter usually alphabetize words with such symbols immediately after similar unmarked words. For instance, in German where two words differ only by an umlaut, the word without it is sorted first in German dictionaries e. However, when names are concerned e. For a comprehensive list of the collating orders in various languages, see Collating sequence. Modern computer technology was developed mostly in English-speaking countries, so data formats, keyboard layouts, etc.

This has led some to theorize that the marks and accents may be made obsolete to facilitate the worldwide exchange of data. Depending on the keyboard layout , which differs amongst countries, it is more or less easy to enter letters with diacritics on computers and typewriters. Some have their own keys; some are created by first pressing the key with the diacritic mark followed by the letter to place it on. Such a key is sometimes referred to as a dead key , as it produces no output of its own but modifies the output of the key pressed after it.

On Apple Macintosh computers, there are keyboard shortcuts for the most common diacritics; Option- e followed by a vowel places an acute accent, Option- u followed by a vowel gives an umlaut, option- c gives a cedilla, etc.

Diacritics can be composed in most X Window System keyboard layouts, as well as other operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows, using additional software. On computers, the availability of code pages determines whether one can use certain diacritics. Unicode solves this problem by assigning every known character its own code; if this code is known, most modern computer systems provide a method to input it.

With Unicode, it is also possible to combine diacritical marks with most characters. The following languages have letters that contain diacritics that are considered independent letters distinct from those without diacritics.

English is one of the few European languages that does not have many words that contain diacritical marks. Exceptions are unassimilated foreign loanwords, including borrowings from French and, increasingly, Spanish ; however, the diacritic is also sometimes omitted from such words. The New Yorker magazine is a major publication that continues to use the diaresis in place of a dash for clarity and economy of space. The acute and grave accents are occasionally used in poetry and lyrics: The following languages have letter-diacritic combinations that are not considered independent letters.

Several languages that are not written with the Roman alphabet are transliterated , or romanized, using diacritics. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the academic journal, see Diacritics journal.

English terms with diacritical marks. The Nutty Professors, The history of academic charisma". Syrische Grammatik mit Litteratur, Chrestomathie und Glossar. Robinson's Paradigms and Exercises in Syriac Grammar 5th ed. Archived from the original PDF on Archived copy as title link page 16, section 1. Who can even imagine me looking a strange white man in the eye? It seems to me I have talked to them always with one foot raised in flight, with my head fumed in whichever way is farthest from them.

She would always look anyone in the eye. Hesitation was no part of her nature. Have you ever seen a lame animal, perhaps a dog run over by some careless person rich enough to own a car, sidle up to someone who is ignorant enough to be kind to him? That is the way my Maggie walks. She has been like this, chin on chest, eyes on ground, feet in shuffle, ever since the fire that burned the other house to the ground.

Dee is lighter than Maggie, with nicer hair and a fuller figure. She's a woman now, though sometimes I forget. How long ago was it that the other house burned? Sometimes I can still hear the flames and feel Maggie's arms sticking to me, her hair smoking and her dress falling off her in little black papery flakes.

Her eyes seemed stretched open, blazed open by the flames reflected in them. I see her standing off under the sweet gum tree she used to dig gum out of; a look of concentration on her face as she watched the last dingy gray board of the house fall in toward the red. Why don't you do a dance around the ashes? I'd wanted to ask her. She had hated the house that much. I used to think she hated Maggie, too. But that was before we raised money, the church and me, to send her to Augusta to school.

She used to read to us without pity; forcing words, lies, other folks' habits, whole lives upon us two, sitting trapped and ignorant underneath her voice. She washed us in a river of make. Pressed us to her with the serf' ous way she read, to shove us away at just the moment, like dimwits, we seemed about to understand.

Dee wanted nice things. A yellow organdy dress to wear to her grad. She was determined to stare down any disaster in her efforts. Her eyelids would not flicker for minutes at a time.

Often I fought off the temptation to shake her. At sixteen she had a style of her own: I never had an education myself. After second grade the school was closed down. Don't ask my why: Sometimes Maggie reads to me. She stumbles along good. She knows she is not bright. Like good looks and money, quickness passes her by. She will marry John Thomas who has mossy teeth in an earnest face and then I'll be free to sit here and I guess just sing church songs to myself.

Although I never was a good singer. Never could carry a tune. I was always better at a man's job. I used to love to milk till I was hooked in the side in ' Cows are soothing and slow and don't bother you, unless you try to milk them the wrong way. I have deliberately turned my back on the house.

It is three rooms, just like the one that burned, except the roof is tin; they don't make shingle roofs any more. There are no real windows, just some holes cut in the sides, like the portholes in a ship, but not round and not square, with rawhide holding the shutters up on the outside. This house is in a pasture, too, like the other one. No doubt when Dee sees it she will want to tear it down.

She wrote me once that no matter where we "choose" to live, she will manage to come see us. But she will never bring her friends. Maggie and I thought about this and Maggie asked me, "Mama, when did Dee ever have any friends? She had a few. Furtive boys in pink shirts hanging about on washday after school. Nervous girls who never laughed.

Impressed with her they worshiped the well. She read to them. When she was courting Jimmy T she didn't have much time to pay to us, but turned all her faultfinding power on him. He flew to marry a cheap city girl from a family of ignorant flashy people. She hardly had time to recompose herself. Maggie attempts to make a dash for the house, in her shuffling way, but I stay her with my hand. And she stops and tries to dig a well in the sand with her toe. It is hard to see them clearly through the strong sun.

But even the first glimpse of leg out of the car tells me it is Dee. Her feet were always neat. From the other side of the car comes a short, stocky man. Hair is all over his head a foot long and hanging from his chin like a kinky mule tail. I hear Maggie suck in her breath.

Like when you see the wriggling end of a snake just in front of your foot on the road. A dress down to the ground, in this hot weather. A dress so loud it hurts my eyes. There are yellows and oranges enough to throw back the light of the sun. I feel my whole face warming from the heat waves it throws out. Earrings gold, too, and hanging down to her shoul. Bracelets dangling and making noises when she moves her arm up to shake the folds of the dress out of her armpits.

The dress is loose and flows, and as she walks closer, I like it. I hear Maggie go "Uhnnnh" again. It is her sister's hair. It stands straight up like the wool on a sheep. It is black as night and around the edges are two long pigtails that rope about like small lizards disappearing behind her ears. The short stocky fellow with the hair to his navel is all grinning and he follows up with "Asalamalakim, my mother and sister! I feel her trembling there and when I look up I see the perspiration falling off her chin.

Since I am stout it takes something of a push. You can see me trying to move a second or two before I make it. She turns, showing white heels through her sandals, and goes back to the car. Out she peeks next with a Polaroid.

She stoops down quickly and lines up picture after picture of me sitting there in front of the house with Maggie cowering behind me. She never takes a shot without mak' ing sure the house is included. When a cow comes nibbling around the edge of the yard she snaps it and me and Maggie and the house. Then she puts the Polaroid in the back seat of the car, and comes up and kisses me on the forehead. Meanwhile Asalamalakim is going through motions with Maggie's hand.

Maggie's hand is as limp as a fish, and probably as cold, despite the sweat, and she keeps trying to pull it back.

It looks like Asalamalakim wants to shake hands but wants to do it fancy. Or maybe he don't know how people shake hands.

Use by Alice Walker. I will wait for her in the yard that Maggie and I made so clean and wavy yesterday afternoon. A yard like this is more comfortable than most people know. Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump calls Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby a "disgrace," following news that all charges would be dropped against the remaining Baltimore police. Billy Sharp (Doncaster Rovers) header from the centre of the box is high and wide to the right. Mark Durnan (Queen of the South) header from the centre of the box is too high. Attempt missed.