The Body Language of Flirting, Dating, and Romance - Raymond C. McGraime - Google Livres
The Body Language of Flirting, Dating, and Romance. Front Cover. Raymond C. McGraime. Gestech Publications, - pages. 18 body language clues that say he's interested — definitely Is he sitting by himself simply because his date is late? Meanwhile, we fill our days by reading romance novels and peering from behind . Nervous or flirting?. If they're pointed away from you, then chances are that second date isn't going to be in when you're in a relationship and you want romance and intimacy. Matching body posture makes a man feel like you understand him.
However some singles feel like even a half hug is still a little too formal for the romantic situation of a first date. Some singles may feel like they want to say or so more to set a romantic tone for the evening, signaling more interest than is possible with a half hug.
Those singles want to set a tone of romance without over promising on what will be done later that first date evening.
What is the best way to do this? But not a kiss on the lips. At least not at this point. If you two met via an online dating site, you are literally just meeting a perfect stranger.
Kissing them immediately upon meeting for a first date on the lips is just too much too soon. A kiss on the cheek! You shake their hand, move into the half body embrace, and plant a light kiss one their cheek! All in one smooth, polished, and poised flirtation body maneuver. I am interested in you! I find you attractive! Do smile when you first encounter your date. Or if you are already standing when you two meet, smile, and move in to deliver the handshake, half-hug, cheek kiss smooth motion gesture.
Smile as you take your lips from their cheek. Your date enjoyed it. It is a compliment! You just confirmed that you find them attractive and you are interested. The rest of the evening of your first date is to discover what else might develop and cultivate further interest for you two to consider and arrange for a second date! Laugh Over the course of the evening of your first date, do be sure to let your smile emerge into laughter. Just smile and lightly laugh at light to create a fun and engaging atmosphere and speak of your joyous approach to life.
Whatever little foibles or faux pas occur naturally over the course of the evening just respond to them with a touch of your light laughter. Nothing on a first date should be so dreadful that you cannot react to it with the air of light laughter.
This works well for both single guys and single women. Both men and women enjoy a partner with a sense of humor and an air of joy about them.
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You do not need to guffaw with your date. Light laughter is the tone to embrace for a first date and to communicate light fun flirtation. However there is the conversation of words and there is also the conversation of body language. Tap into both over the course of the evening. Since this is a first date, you want to create and establish rapport with your flirting and body posture. And your body posture and the level of rapport it speaks of should increase over a period of time across the 1 hour of your first date.
To the casual observer across from you, they should be able to see that you two like each other and are enjoying conversing together both from your words and banter and from your body language conversation.
Vary your voice A very fun part of flirting is to whisper a fun engaging secret with your date. Both the body language gesture of lightly leaning in and of switching your voice to soft whisper communicates attraction and romantic interest.
The words you speak can even be almost innocuous.
However, your gesture and vocal intonation communicate — Flirtation! Do vary your voice from a conversational tone and volume to that of a soft whisper and then back again, leaning back out now and slightly away from your date resuming a pleasant conversational tone. Doing so is highly flirtatious!
It is fun, playful, and lightly teasing which is what flirtation is all about! You foster interest and fascination with you from your date when you do so!
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Vary body posture throughout conversation Just as I was saying, your body posture should be communicating an additional level of conversation with your date. If he's standing and has one foot pointed towards you and one towards the door, he's ready to go. Now here's an obvious one. When you're on a date, don't cross your arms or put your purse directly in front of your body.
When you do, you're giving off a vibe of being closed off, which means you won't come off as either warm or friendly. If his arms are crossed, it's likely he's closing off or protecting himself in some way. When this happens, try leaning in to let him know you're interested and see if that causes him to open back up.
If he keeps his arms crossed over his chest, then chances are, this date is heading nowhere. Use an exit strategy and move on to someone who shows you he's into you. Don't invade his space by sitting too close when you first meet unless he invites you into his space.
Ever been in an elevator where someone got too close to you?
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It feels awkward, don't you think? It's like someone is trying to invade your space. The space between 5 and 18 inches is considered the intimate zone. It's a great space to be in when you're in a relationship and you want romance and intimacy.
But when you're just meeting someone, stay a little more than an arms length from them unless they give you signals like touching your hand or a kiss to come in closer. Matching body posture makes a man feel like you understand him.
When he leans in, you lean in.
When he pulls back, you do the same. He subconsciously sees this as a threat. When a man tells a story and you agree with him, lightly touch him on the arm as you share that you understand.