Body Language Project: Dating, Attraction And Sexual Body Language
You can use objects to invade another’s space. Pens, cutlery, food, and so on, can be used to demonstrate to another that you desire closeness. Intimacy can be established by exchanging an item as well since it symbolically represents the breakdown of a space barrier between two people. Objects can also be used to test interest. What is done to an exchanged item contains meaning. If a woman takes what you have given her and strokes and touches it, then she is attracted to you. If she shoves it back onto your side of the table or refuses it, then she probably isn’t interested. Sometimes people leave things in others’ personal space on purpose. If you know a woman who does this consistently, then you are best to get the hint. She is either really forgetful or else she wants into your personal space.
To get into a woman’s personal space without being too forward, lend her a piece of clothing. If she gladly takes it, this can be used as a good indication that she is interested. If she refuses to take it then you may be wasting your time or else she may just be taking things slowly.
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