Body language is the means of communication with other people through how we position our body or gestures we make. And people can get your messages better with body language. How important is body language? Whatever way you look at it, body language usually plays a bigger role than the words you say. The beauty, or the catastrophe, is that body language affects many things you do in life. Without overstating it, body language could determine your success in some critical aspects of your life.
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The Ultimate Guide to Body Language | Psychology Today
Eye contact, flirty giggling, charged conversation—you're feeling it, and you think your signals are crystal clear. But according to new research, the guy still might not know what the hell you're thinking. Yep, a recent study confirmed what we've suspected for a while: dudes are pretty bad at reading sexual cues. Researchers put college students through a "speed-meeting" exercise where each participant spent five minutes talking to a member of the opposite sex.
Being able to read body language is a powerful tool to have in your social toolbox. After all, meeting people can be pants-shittingly intimidating at times. You want them to like you. Sometimes you want them to like you like you. One of the most common causes of misunderstandings is confusing body language signals with… well, life.
Try flirting without using body language. Go on, give it a go. It can't be done. You simply can't convey romantic interest without the body getting into the act.