When you’re sitting in a chair, don’t lean forward when you’re having a conversation. If you’re standing across from a man, put one foot behind the other and shift your weight so that you’re leaning away, not toward him.
You’re thinking very carefully about what you want to say – you want to be interesting and find subtle ways to engage him in deep conversation.
That’s all good, but how you move and carry yourself in his presence sends a very strong message without you having to say anything at all. When we fully embrace our femininity, this is very attractive to a man and encourages him to take the masculine role to lead the relationship forward.
This is where body language really comes into play.
So the next time you’re getting ready for that all-important first meeting, remember these body language do’s and don’t’s for sparking a romantic feeling of attraction in him: Don’t: Lean Forward When you lean forward toward a man while you’re sitting or standing, it can feel masculine and aggressive to him. Just tilt your body backwards when you’re around a man, and see what happens.
Did you know that your gestures and movements can either encourage romance and attraction in a man or boost his likelihood of thinking of you as a friend?
Learn to send your messages clearly with these body language do’s and don’ts.When you’re finally ready to take your communications with a man offline and into the real world, you’re no longer just words on the screen to each other, and it’s natural to feel nervous. He’s getting a whole picture of you, so you want to make sure you make the best impression.Picture this: you’re getting ready to meet one of your matches.Do: Relax Your Hands When people manage and multi-task, their hands get very tight. Have you ever caught yourself balling your hands into a tight fist when you’re speaking with a man? Instead, practice letting your wrists go limp and opening your palms.Move your hands in front of your body and imagine they have no bones at all in them.If you’re holding a glass or a fork, notice how tightly you’re gripping, and allow your hands to soften.