The answer depends on whether she is your close person or you haven't started talking with her. If you guys haven't closed yet- I mean friends, relatives etc- then you can follow these specific signs: 1. Wants to spend time with you: Wanting to invest time into your relationship is a key indicator of successful long-term intimacy, according to one recent theory. Although both of you may be tied up with work, family, and other commitments, someone who truly cares about you will use whatever time is left over to have some alone time together. 2. Asks about your day: During that time you spend together, does she ask about, and show interest in, the high and low points of your work day? Couples build their love for each other not necessarily on the ethereal, but on the practical supports that keep communication routes open. 3. Trusts you: Partners who truly care about you will give you the benefit of the doubt. Research shows that in successful long-term relationships, partners want to have a sense of knowing where their mates are at any given time. However, they don't have this wish because of worry that their partners might be up to something nefarious. A partner who doesn’t question where you are if you come home late or doesn’t snoop through your cell phone bills is showing the kind of trust that shows true caring. But if you guys haven't tried to walk ahead then follow these: 1. Shows respect for your views: she isn't expressing her emotions but she will try to impress you as you will take the first step. That's why she will always be agree with your perspective. For example, you’re an ardent feminist and your partner holds pre-1970s views about women. If he truly cares about you, he’ll at least listen to you when you express concern about women’s status in the workplace. 2. Shows affection: she will show some sign of physical closeness, even if it’s resting a hand on your shoulder, suggests that your partner feels a vital connection to you. 3. Looks at you: The nonverbal cues that partners share with each other reveal their deeper feelings. If your partner looks at you while you’re talking, or if you catch him or her darting a glance your way, this suggests that he or she takes pleasure in being with you. The two of you don’t need to spend hours gazing into each other’s eyes; even a quick glance can be enough to send positive, love-confirming, vibes.