“men’s body language and attraction”

Sometimes you may find them pointing one foot towards you while the rest of their body is turned toward their own group. This gesture clearly indicates that they want to leave their group and join you.

It could just mean that their neck is bothering them and they need to stretch. On the other hand, it could also mean that the person is feeling uncomfortable with the current situation. When a person is experiencing anxiety, their body will become tense, and they will feel the need to stretch.

Of course me being such the Casanova that I am know all about this 😛 … Okay I’m not much of a practiced person in this area but I’m good at observing others doing it (only difference between stalking and research is a pen and paper) so there’s a few things I’ve seen.  In the interaction between males and females something funny always occurs.  When guys notice girls they find attractive they will subtly straighten their backs to appear taller, suck in their guts and expand their chests – this isn’t as noticeable at parties where everyone is dressed up, but try going to your local gym’s swimming pool, beach or wherever you can see people at their most vulnerable and exposed.  This behaviour is due to the simple fact that what is generally considered “hot” or “sexy” is our gender differences, for instance, men try to highlight their stature and muscles while women will draw attention to their femininity such as their cleavage, long hair (by touching/fixing it), crossing their legs and narrowing them to emphasize their hips, to uses of the sideways head position to expose the vulnerable and delicate neck, and so forth.

Is he the one reaching for your hand more often than not? If a man holds hands with you in front of friends and family, he’s hooked. He’s head over heels and doesn’t even know it. His body language will tell you before he even realizes how much he loves you.

weak handshake handshake various Avoid the common view that a weak handshake is the sign of a weak or submissive person. It is not. Weak handshakes can be due to various aspects of personality, mood, etc. People who use their hands in their profession, for example, musicians, artists, surgeons, etc., can have quite gentle sensitive handshakes. Strong but passive people can have gentle handshakes. Old people can have weak handshakes. A weak handshake might be due to arthritis. Young people unaccustomed to handshaking can have weak handshakes. It’s potentially a very misleading signal.

You are always trying to say something to your partner, but it happens that it is inconvenient to speak: her body is turned away from you, she doesn’t look into your eyes, and she tries to keep a distance. These are all unconditional signs of problems and antipathy.

It’s a bit tricky if a guy starts getting physical with you especially when you haven’t known each other for long. Nonetheless, When a man likes you,he will touch you to exercise his seductive power and in the hope that he will build a connection with you. After shaking your hands, a man who likes you will use the power of touch in different ways e.g. hugging you tight and reaching out for your arm.

Someone who prioritizes you would want to walk at your pace so that you can be side by side, to talk, and to bond with. That’s a subtle way of saying, “I don’t really want to lose you. I’ll stick by your side.”

One interesting phenomenon about rush hour travel in London is that almost nobody speaks, or even acknowledges the existence of anyone else with eye contact or other non-verbal cues – except very occasionally to ask them to move further into the carriage.

This is a common body language sign of attraction in men who have a strong sense of ego and take pride in their bodies and physical appearance. They want to use their body as an asset to show their masculinity and strength.

Be as friendly and kind as you can. Smile at everyone, even people you don’t know. Make eye contact when you’re talking with someone. If someone is sitting alone, go and sit with them and strike up a conversation. You will make a lot of friends if you do this.

#3 Turn it on. This tip refers to the direction of the body. As touched upon in  #2, the body will point or direct itself away from the person in the conversation if there is a lack of interest or feeling of threat. The body is showing that it’s ready to make a swift escape.

#18 The deep breath. When he first laid eyes on you, all you heard was him taking a huge breath. The man needs oxygen, he can’t handle seeing you! I mean this is the best of ways, of course. But this also means he tries to peacock since taking a deep breath makes his chest wide and appear bigger.

We form our opinions of someone we meet for the first time in just a few seconds, and this initial instinctual assessment is based far more on what we see and feel about the other person than on the words they speak. On many occasions we form a strong view about a new person before they speak a single word.

In The Netherlands people touch the temple with the index finger in order to indicate someone (or an action) is smart or intelligent. Touching the forehead with the index finger means someone (or an action) is stupid or crazy. In Russia these meanings are reversed.

Not only will you, quite literally, catch their eye. You will also notice that women who are attracted to someone are constantly batting their eyelashes. Women do this because it brings a male’s gaze up to focus on the woman’s eyes.

The most prevalent signals males use to announce their availability and attract female attention are summarised below. Under many circumstances these might be categorised under the headings ‘pathetic’ or ‘amusing’. The male of the species, despite a couple of million years of evolution, has yet to develop much subtle body language in this area.

crossing legs, sitting – specific change legs interest or disinterest in direction of upper crossed knee Generally the upper crossed leg and knee will point according to the person’s interest. If the knee points towards a person then it signifies interest in or enthusiasm for that person; if it points away from a person it signifies disinterest in or a perceived threat from that person. Signs are more indicative when people first sit down and adopt initial positions in relation to others present. Signs become less reliable when people have been sitting for half-an-hour or so, when leg crossing can change more for comfort than body language reasons.

Once our mind decides we like someone as a potential mate our body automatically begins to change physically to attract the person. Our cheeks flush to make us look like we are aroused, our lips swell to look more fertile and even our pheromones pump to attract the other person. There are few things we can do to attract a mate from a body language perspective.

thumb(s) up hands positive approval, agreement, all well In the Western world this signal is so commonly used and recognized it has become a language term in its own right: ‘thumbs up’ means approved. It’s a very positive signal. Two hands is a bigger statement of the same meaning.

12ft+ no interaction, ignoring People establish this zonal space when they seek to avoid interaction with others nearby. When this space is intruded by another person is creates a discomfort or an expectation of interaction.