Body language of dating book
In normal interactions, men position themselves a foot and a half to 2 feet away.
But a guy who has sex with you on the brain will stand less than an arm's length from you or closer because he's trying to connect physically and create intimacy.
If he raises his brows ever so slightly while you're talking, it means he's interested in whatever you're saying.3. "Guys stop smiling like this around the age of 5 — unless they're happy," Wood says.
He might not show off a toothy grin while casually flirting, but on a really awesome date when he's having loads of fun? Real smiles extend well beyond the mouth: They lift the forehead and give you slightly squinty eyes. You might think that a guy who is totally enamored by you will find it hard to peel his eyes away. But when he subconsciously takes a deep breath — he'll pull in his stomach and puff out his chest — it's a subconscious way to make his upper body look broader and his waist look smaller, two qualities that make him look more fit and (from an evolutionary perspective) more desirable, Wood says. When he initiates physical contact under the guise of another reason, it's a test to see how you respond to his touch, Wood says.
But if you want him to shower you with the affection he's capable of, you'll have to stroke his ego as often as he strokes himself.
A man in lust will literally look like he's hungry, because on a carnal level, that's exactly what he is.
However, when it comes to throwing fond feelings your way, this tongue-tied cutie is much more action than words.
The guy is relaxed and able to be himself with you.
"He's letting his guard down and comfortable expressing his emotions, which a man usually does when he's thinking long-term," says relationship expert Jeffrey Bernstein, Ph D, coauthor of When a man finds a woman's actions to be adorable or sweet, he gets the urge to hold her.
The same goes for interlocking fingers, while an arched palm means he's scared or may be holding something back (literally).19. The message is loud and clear: He wants your attention, be it to impress you or to make sure you're listening — because he wants to be heard. Unless he's leading you through a scary or crowded space, he should adjust his pace to match yours.
Whether it's you, your best friend, or the keg in the corner, whatever a boy aims his upper body at is the most meaningful thing in the room to him.