Sometimes people call the look making “snake eyes”, reporting the slight sneer coupled with a hint of glare, while other tend to describe it as more of a “shark look” or “reptilian gaze”.
Whatever the case, if you spot someone making the face at you or while looking at another person, understand what you have seen is more than likely the telltale hallmark of a person with an Anti-Social Personality Disorder — a person to be socially avoided if at all possible to avoid being targeted to suffer their wrath someday.
I was guilty of it: hanging around those people too long in an effort to do what was supposedly right by societal standards—fighting to stay in a relationship instead of giving up “too soon.” Little did I know that my desire to be agreeable and accepted was suffocating what was right for me.
You might know details about their life, but you don’t know who they are, their real and true self that exists beneath all the superficial fluff.
When a guy is serious about a woman, he shares himself with her.
I have three essential pieces of advice I can offer you.
The one question you will never hear a guy ask when he starts dating a girl is: “Will she commit to me? Questions and uncertainties regarding commitment seem to be reserved for the ladies. And the aftermath of these situations is never pretty.