Decoding Flirting

Mar 03, 2012

Flirting can be one of the most exciting aspects of life. It can be a heavy experience that causes the heart to beat faster, and the result of a blush but undeniably satisfying. This is a dance that requires carefully placed and well-timed steps, and it’s long past time to dispose of your tricks, techniques and conversation starters

Eye to Eye Contact

Actually, it begins and ends with eye contact, because if she realizes you haven’t focused on her eyes for even two consecutive seconds, she’ll lose attention before you even say a word. The eyes are extremely high-powered transmitters of vital social signals. Eye contact is extraordinarily powerful, so it’s important to walk the line between intensity and subtlety, which is why we usually restrict direct eye contact to only a second or two.


Middle Path

While it remains true that men and women are often at odds in regard to communication, it’s still possible to strike up an engaging, entertaining discussion without exaggerating. Both sexes can be guilty of bending the truth and altering their behavior, and posturing and untruths. This is because both parties have a lion’s size ego & none can see it giving up on somebody they don’t know.

Body Language

The numbers have been confirmed time and time again. The science of flirting is a popular subject among researchers and love-seekers alike, and in terms of importance, body language always seems to top the list. On an average 55% of all given and received messages come from body language while only 7% is in the words we say. On the practical side, the human mind adjusts to the situation very soon. Ex – If a girl is wearing a deep cut t-shirt & the guy infront of her is a peeping Tom, it irritates her. But if Tom steals a few glances & doesn’t over do it sends a clear message to the girl.

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