Research suggests that we're more attracted to people in expansive — as opposed to contracted — postures, even if we don't consciously realize it.
A 2016 study tested this phenomenon in two settings: speed dating and online dating.
The rest of the program is handled by guest speakers, and unfortunately not all them shine (more on this later). Male or female, we all have this non-verbal, built-in system for communicating.
On DVD I, David De Angelo starts by explaining the concept of the “mating dance”. We all read subtle cues in others, all the time, unconsciously. Women are FAR better are sending and receiving these signals.
Cuddy said that her first thought on seeing her husband that way was, "What a jerk!
" And second: "He must have a good sense of humor." That Cuddy was drawn to her husband because of his body language isn't as unusual as it sounds.
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The same is true in personal relationships and mastering the art can give you a distinct advantage when it comes to dating not just because it will help you to read your date better but because understanding body language enables better self-awareness and self-control too.
Although men and women will display different body language signals to show they are attracted to someone there are some that are universal.
You want to trigger that unconscious attraction response.
You do NOT want to leak insecurities or have low-status body language, as this kills attraction.
I found this awesome clip from ABC’s “The Bachelor,” which shows about 10 different subtle signs women give that say “approach me” or “ask me out” or “I want to see you naked.” Check out this video to make sure you aren’t missing out on any of these subtle signs.