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'If someone approaches you say something to move the conversation forward.' If you're now at the point where you're both engaging in conversation Ms Holloway recommends that you look down at the other persons feet when they're talking to you to gauge their interest.'In body language the feet never lie.
When you look down you want to see the feet in the shape of a V, it's welcoming and they're inviting you into their space which shows they're interested.'Or you want one foot pointed towards you as that means they're trying to get into your personal space.'She said that when you're interested in someone a different chemical kicks in and the more someone likes you the longer they will hold your gaze.'There are hundreds and hundreds of indicators that show if someone likes you or not but these body language gestures are the basic human gestures that we can't avoid,' she told FEMAIL.'Men will do whatever they can to show off their manliness, they will do anything to show off their package.'They will sit with their legs spread, will gesture with their hands.
They have to do something to display their potential.'Women also have signs to show someone that they're interested and one thing they'll often do is put their head on a "pedestal".
'They will do things to draw attention to their face, this is women saying "hey look at how pretty I am".
Such lack of fluency might seem like an obstacle to deep rapport, but I credit the language barrier for fast-tracking the relationship to proposal and marriage within a year.
Counterintuitive, I'll grant you, but consider the benefits of constrained communication: Moreover, while a language barrier can fan a romantic "spark" into an abiding flame, it won't substitute for that initial physical attraction and its underlying, ineffable, almost spiritual connection.
According to Navarro (2008), body language behaviors are guided by very primitive parts of our brain - called the limbic system.To relate effectively to others, you need to read your partner, get feedback about how he/she feels, and adjust your approach as necessary.