Defining Your Body Language

by @ilham
Defining Your Body Language



Be aware of how you move around. Here's the deal: the way you move your body says a lot about how secure or insecure you are. Simply being aware of this can make your movements more appealing to a girl.

  • Walk slower than you normally would, and keep your movements controlled. Such actions indicate that you're comfortable with the world and yourself.
  • Take up some space. Lean back and stretch out your legs. Think of it as marking your territory.
  • Be aware of your tonality. Though it's technically speaking, it's a huge part of body language. Slow down your talking speed, and maintain steady volume.

Don't be afraid to be touchy. Slow down: we don't mean that you should be inappropriate. But not being afraid to express emotions physically can signal warmth and comfort. After all, attraction is an emotional response.

  • Pat a pal on the back.
  • Hug or shake a friend's hand to greet them.
  • Don't be afraid to stand a little closer to other people than you normally would.

Be mindful of your body's posture. Nothing suggests insecurity more than slouchy shoulders and an inclined head. Think about doing the following actions to adjust your posture.

  • While sitting, pull your chest forward, and roll your shoulders back. Keep your head high.
  • Walk with your back straight, and your head up. Take measured steps, and roll your shoulders back.

Make eye contact. Don't be afraid to look around the room. You might catch her eye, in which case holding her glance for a second longer can establish a connection.

  • Keep your gaze on the horizon while walking. Doing so makes you appear more approachable and sociable.
  • Don't be afraid to be expressive through your eyes. Widening them in surprise, or narrowing them when you're skeptical, shows that you're engaged and paying attention.
  • Smile genuinely. If you're feeling extra confident, you could try a cocky smile.
May 4, 2018
by @ilham