Dating tips for women body language
As the old adage says, "ladies first," so let's start with the women.Welcome back to The Attraction Doctor In my articles, I spend a lot of time giving you tips, tricks, and techniques to motivate and persuade your lovers (see here, here, here, here, here, here, and here). or Miss Right, get a date, and make it go well (see here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here).
To relate effectively to others, you need to read your partner, get feedback about how he/she feels, and adjust your approach as necessary.And using body language to flirt is the most common way we do it.Of course, body language isn't the only way we flirt.We also pick up on people flirting with us: But what these statistics tell us is that the majority of the best flirting is conducted through body language and not cheesy pickup lines or other forms of verbal communication.Of course there are differences in the way men and women do use body language to flirt. Remember when it was easy to tell when someone was interested in you?
When you were around 10 years old, chances are someone passed a folded sheet of notebook paper and it read in 10-year-old scribble: "Do you like me? Check yes, no or maybe." You smiled and checked the "yes" box. But as we've gotten older, the dating scene's gotten much trickier.
Nobody passes notes with yes, no or maybe boxes anymore. There are other ways to make your intentions known, or to know when someone is checking you out, and flirting is one of them.
In fact, it takes between 90 seconds and four minutes for another person to realize that you are flirting with them.
Such sensitivity, feedback, and adaptation is essential for any interpersonal influence - even love. Are they going to say yes to a date, marriage proposal, or weekend vacation?
After all, the idea is to see whether you've had an emotional effect on a (desired) partner. One of the best ways of telling how your date, mate, or lover is feeling is to read his/her body language.
In general, nonverbal communication is usually an honest display of feelings (much more so than words).