2. Stalking Him on Social Media
Most people feel safe, and even bold, behind a computer screen, so showing interest via Twitter or Facebook is a great way to let him know you’re checking for him. And if you have mutual friends that you can use as an “in” – even better. But you can go too far if you’re all over his page every second of every day “liking” all of his photos and commenting on all of his status updates as soon as he accepts your friend request. It may feed his ego, but pretty soon you’ll just be the creepy girl who hits him up on a chat as soon as he logs on – especially if there’s no real direction LIVE interaction. Social media creates an environment for voyeurism, so sitting on his site all day is one thing, but letting him KNOW you’re looking into his life on a daily basis will undoubtedly have him thinking you’re nuts. If you must stalk him, do it quietly…and keep all your “likes” and comments to a minimum, or to yourself. And if you start dating, don’t pressure him to change his relationship status. Social media has been known to make and break relationships, so be careful.