After all, when you see someone you’re attracted to, you want to look your best.This means you might get more fidgety as you try to casually make your hair and clothes look perfect. Heavy lidded eyes during a casual glance signal sexual attraction, while a raised eyebrow might mean it’s a no go.If you want to be perceived a certain way, let your body language tell the story. Odds are, your body language says so and that attracts introverts who are intimidated by extroverts.
Simply understanding what someone’s posture is saying allows you to feel more prepared for any social situation you encounter.
This in turn, gives you the power to better choose your encounters.
Millions have watched the now-famous TED talk by the social psychologist, Amy Cuddy.
In her talk, she discusses how you change both your own body chemistry and how others perceive you just by changing your body language.
You might have practiced what to say to an attractive woman or man, but if your body language is screaming “insecure,” it’s not going to matter how confident you sound.
If you want to come across as confident, attractive, and friendly, you have to give all the right physical signals. You won’t have to do anything extreme, like doing a rain dance in the middle of a bar or waiting for the person you’re interested in to have a cartoon moment of their heart popping out of their chest at you.
After all, if you at least look good, stumbling over a few words might not seem as bad, right?
The biggest problem with relationships (and all life experiences) is often times, it’s your body language that’s throwing everything off.
Now is the time to start learning a little more about what some common signals bodies are sending throughout the day.