Physical Cues When a woman is attracted to a man, there are common physical cues she will display. These are positive signs unless she isn’t making any eye contact or seems distracted by them.
As you’re flirting, see how she reacts — “good” or “bad”. Typically, she’ll show multiple signs at once (laughing, sitting close, facing you, strong eye contact) that you can pick up on. If you receive good responses, keep flirting with her.
Masters of intuition and emotional manipulation, adept at body language, able to gauge the emotional temperature of a room quicker than our nipples stiffen in a breeze, you can bet on it that if he's on his way over, armed with courage and a pickup line, you were the one who lured him.
Women choose from no less than 52 moves to show men they're interested. 1 body language mistake we make Good news then — the average female is usually very good at deciphering body language.
Many times when a woman responds negatively to an advance, she’s not telling you off permanently.
She may be shy, caught off-guard, or not comfortable with you yet.
Body language is the strongest indicator to calibrate flirting. Stop believing you need some obvious sign of approval or else you’ll miss out on many opportunities.
It’s hardwired into our biology and always reveals how we feel. Most women know if they’re attracted to you within five minutes.
Whether it's the way your brand new dress hugs every inch of your body, or you've got spaghetti sauce smeared across your face — you have to wonder what he's thinking and figure out how to tell if he's really into you. Surprisingly so, men are pre-programmed to send out physical clues when they're interested in a woman. Read this excerpt of Superflirt by Tracey Cox and learn how to decode any guy's body language with ease.
Legend has it that men make the first move, then plead, cajole, wine, dine and basically bribe (via chocolates, flowers and dinner dates) women into their bachelor pads to either a) have their wicked way or b) get down on one knee.
You’re dealing with unique individuals in unique situations.