The Way That You're Movin' Reveals When You're Groovin'
When you have that special spark with someone, you just know it. And you show it!
Without realizing it, you may be making some unconscious moves that are telling your sweetie how you feel at the moment. When you really like someone, your body language gives you away.
You can tell in photos when someone's flashing a fake smile or grinning with an inner glow. When you mean it, you smile with your eyes. That shows your honey how you feel right up front.
Getting an Eyeful
The eyes are really important to assessing your connection and desire to communicate. If your date can't look you in the eyes, then there's not much hope for a deeper dive into emotional bonding. When you're talking and you catch a glance and hold it, that's a great sign. See if there's depth in that gaze or just a flat view.
You also show whether you want to stay or go with your posture. If you're listening to your partner and liking what they're saying, you tend to position your body in a similar way. You'll find yourself facing each other and mirroring each other's arm movements. If one of you is standing with a hand on the wall, the other one might follow suit. And then you cross your arms and your sweetie does the same. That's a sign of connection.
On the other hand, if your partner often seems to be looking somewhere else when you talk or turning their shoulders away from you, that's not a good sign. That communicates that at a minimum they want out of the conversation. Or worse—they might just want to get away altogether.
If you catch yourself turning away from your partner, you might want to think a little deeper about what's bothering you. If you can talk about it, that's good. If you can't, then you might want to reexamine your commitment to this person who's turning you off.
Your body is for lots more than carnal pleasure; it also helps you understand your emotions and connection to your potential lover. Read that body language and weep—or reap the rewards!
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