When I recently went to the vets, the vet was talking to me and explaining about how to give treatment to my cat at home. I crossed my arms as I listened. About 15 seconds later the vet also crossed her arms, possibly mirroring. I also noticed she went red and seemed nervous/anxious in her facial expressions. This anxiety/nervousness caused her speech to become blocked whilst giving advice, before continuing again like nothing happened. The following week I saw her in the waiting room talking to other clients and she seemed more sure in herself. I then went back a further week later and I tried to make small talk. I asked her if she had dogs and she replied she had A dog. I asked her about the dog and she said he was a terrier, about the same size as my dog and was two years old. As I couldn't think what to say, it went silent for a second or two. During the silence she then said that my dog received a lot of attention yesterday and he was ill. As I left she said bye, see you later/soon and was watching as I walked out the consulting room, which previous visits she didn't do. Instead she would type up notes on computer.
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dude she likes you for sure because on your first visit she was blushing and she felt uncomfortable (like a shy little girl)..and during your little talk she was feeling more comfortable talking about pets and said bye c ya later (she wants to see you later, good sign)0