Body language dating advice
Body language can arguably speak louder than 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.It is an elaborate subconscious signal system that has the power to give unique insight into how your dating is actually unfolding and the significant but silent messages being sent back and forth.In order to take a look under the covers of communication, Elite Singles spoke to dating and image therapist Kimberly Seltzer.Seltzer confirms, “I find there are distinct flirting techniques, messaging and body signals that both sexes display when they are interested in someone”.
She goes on to explain that there are some easy signals that broadcast if he/she really likes you.
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.
This is why it’s important to be aware of the signals you’re sending - that way you can adjust them and avoid any misunderstandings.
It may seem like a cliché, but the fact is that men tend to like soft, feminine women, and so - if you do like your date - that’s why it’s important to convey this through your body language.
You can use these identifiers on your next date to send and receive the necessary details, if you so wish, to successfully turn on the heat and sweep your partner off their feet.