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3 Secrets To Flirting With Men That We Can Learn From Babies

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3 Secrets To Flirting With Men That We Can Learn From BABIES
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Babies are actually master flirters.

When you think of master flirters who know how to flirt, many people think of Italian men. And this is true. They're good at flirting, but it's also true that they live with their moms.

Then there are French men. French men are good, but they're often short. But maybe living with your mom and being short are assets that you need to be a master flirter.

If you ask me who the master flirters on this planet are, you need to look no further than the ones who live with their mom and are short: babies. 


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Babies are masterful flirters and they know how to attract anyone. They do it in 3 very simple ways — and you can do it too! These are the secrets of how to flirt with a guy:

1. Exude happiness. 

Babies understand how attractive having a baseline of being happy is, but what really makes them master flirters is that they know how to show an increase in their pleasure when they see you.

2. Make eye contact. 

Babies are masters of eye contact. When they see you they make and keep eye contact with you effortlessly. How do they do it? They do it by being genuinely curious about you.

3. Smile.

Babies know that when you smile, the world smiles with you. Their smiles are contagious and have an element of fearless risk taking that is very attractive.

If you want to know how to flirt with a guy, it's quite simple. Start with a baseline of happiness and be pleased to see someone. Make eye contact and be curious about them. Smile with an openness that attracts people in.

In other words, you don't need to be Italian, French or Latin  just act like a baby.


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James Allen Hanrahan is a highly sought-after dating and relationship coach for SMART women based in Los Angeles. 

This article was originally published at jamesallenhanrahan.com. Reprinted with permission from the author.