Was my joke really that funny or does she really like me? Here's how to read her body language.
A woman's body language often speaks louder than her words. (Hey, you're giving off signs too). Women tend to be subtle in the ways they show their physical attraction. If you're not paying close attention, then she might make a connection with someone who is. Here's what you should be watching for:
1. She's All Touchy-Feely
Touch is stimulating and intimate, releasing feel-good endorphins. If a woman touches you, she's making a connection that says she's into you. Hands aren't the only body part to get into the action. Her leg may brush against yours. Or, her shoulder may brush up against you. No matter if her touch is accidental or on purpose, she's sending you a message. By giving her a smile, winking or leaning toward her, you're telling her you're waiting for her next move.
2. She's Getting Closer And Closer
If a woman is into you, then she'll resemble the Leaning Tower of Piza. She'll lean in closer to bridge the physical gap. When a woman feels a connection and is interested, she'll move closer to you. So if a woman is leaning toward you, chances are, she's interested in more than just what you have to say.
3. She's 'Flipping' Out
While talking to someone they're attracted to, some women will flip their hair or throw their head back particularly when laughing. They also tend to lick their lips, bite their bottom lip, play with their straw or glass if they're holding a drink. By bringing attention to their mouth, they're subconsciously revealing their desire for a kiss...or maybe more.
A single gesture doesn't signal attraction. When you see two or more of these body language moves, then you can have more confidence that she's into you. You just may want to be on the ready so you know when to make your own move.
About the Author: Blanca Cobb, CEO of TruthBlazer, is a nationally recognized body language and lie detection expert who uses her behavior analysis expertise and psychology background to get to the truth. She is also a Senior Instructor at the Body Language Institute in Washington, DC.