Players dating secret review guide
According to Love Signals: A Practical Field Guide to the Body Language of Courtship, we naturally blink faster when we are emotionally excited.
Bat those eyelashes to let him know you’re interested without saying a word.
“These may be triggers that signal ‘my DNA is different than your DNA’.” The pheromones (our natural ‘scent’) aren’t conscious to us, but they may be a reason that initial attraction turns into wanting something more.
Before you even say a word to him, signal your interest with subtle, non-verbal clues using your body language.
If you’re meeting him for the first time, use the “chameleon effect” from Love Signals: mirroring movements and gestures shows you’re interested.
In one study from The Journal of Nonhuman Behavior, researchers found that it’s not just mimicking of movements that indicate interest, but also timing.
“These matches may be conscious, for example two athletes, or people with similar extracurricular interests, or unconscious, like finding out you enjoy the same music,” Fanelli says.“You have to learn to trust the person, before you can move to deeper levels of self disclosure.” These deeper levels may be telling him your goals in life or what makes you who you are.But, “revealing too much too soon can also be a distancing move,” Fanelli says.The important thing here is being open to each other’s interests. This is the basic idea behind the attraction theory of proximity. “If you’re attracted to something, the more often you see it, the more attracted you’ll become.” In one study of a 320-person dormitory, students evaluated their ‘liking’ of peers. Wherever you meet him, the gym, the library, or class, if you both frequent the same spots, you’re likely to run into each other again.If he likes hockey, watch a game with him at least once or twice. The study found that students liked better those who were near them physically (closer on floors, or had rooms nearby). This also means, if you hit it off one night, make sure to let him know you want to hang out again, since, (now we know!