“female body language crossed legs sitting”

A woman who doesn’t enjoy your company is unlikely to be into you, whereas one who does is likely to be, whether as a friend, or more. The easiest way of showing we like someone’s company is to smile. Of course it depends on what topics we talk to someone about (deep revealing details about your terrible childhood probably won’t make her smile, while great jokes will make her smile whether she’s attracted to you or not!), but smiling tends to happen naturally when we speak to someone whose company we enjoy.

Remember – There is no escaping from the reality, she will not get better herself. You should make an effort, try to get things sort out. Remember what you could have done wrong or said that she might not have liked. Even if you do not recall anything like that, you should apologize to her.

People certainly think about the facial expressions they make, but they don’t think too much about what their feet are doing. This is why the feet are so important in reading body language. Women can definitely fake certain facial expressions, but they don’t purposely fake what their feet are saying. 

Men are said to love this body language signal. It’s origins and the reasons why it works are still a mystery. There is nothing like the Lower Lip Nibble to subconsciously give a man an injection of pure of testosterone. The lower lip is gently gripped by the teeth and with sensual slowness allowed to slip away. Done well and without awareness this can drive a man to his knees – done badly it becomes a parody. Strangely, this is a powerful sex signal between women (lesbians) and is used by the submissive female to indicate interest in the dominant potential partner.

Of course, many women tend to sit cross legged and, in fact, crossing and uncrossing her legs, might be a sign a woman is drawing attention to them. In other words, she wants you to think of her legs, meaning she wants you to think about sex. However, if she closes off her whole body, then it’s an indicator that she wants to close herself off, or protect herself from you.

Women that I knew were attracted to me in the past, would always laugh at anything I said that was even remotely funny. Often they would laugh or giggle at things that weren’t funny, or laugh at me when I wasn’t trying to be funny at all.

In earlier posts, I have discussed how to flirt and be attractive in general, and I have shared research on how to get a guy’s (or gal’s) attention. Yet I still get emails from women asking how to let a guy know they are interested — and get him to approach them. I also get emails from men who want tips, beyond basic body language cues, that help them know a woman is really interested in them.

The eyes averted downward evoke a protective response from others. They say “I’m shy and I’m submitting to you because I’m attracted to you” or “You’re the boss and I’m looking down because you are dominant and I feel threatened by you and respect you.”

Learning about these flirting behaviors helps both women and men get to know each other better. If you are a woman, use them to send clear signals — and the men you like may be more likely to say hello. If you are a man, look for those flirting signals — and your own approach may be more likely to get a warm reception.

There are some things that are a little doubtful, like openess when she has her ears showing. But overall a lot of it made sense. Like Mirror Mirror(chapter), it’s a classic known fact that when you like someone you mirror them or point your body in their direction. Knowing this, it put me to ease that a lot of the things listed are credible.

As you’re flirting, see how she reacts  — “good” or “bad”. This will determine how to proceed. Typically, she’ll show multiple signs at once (laughing, sitting close, facing you, strong eye contact) that you can pick up on.

Keep in mind who the person in question is; if she’s already taken, this may be how she acts daily, or she may be looking to cheat. If said woman leads you on in this way, looking to cheat, will not turn out well!