Body Language Project: Dating, Attraction And Sexual Body Language
There are plenty of subtle cues we can use to indicate our intentions and thoughts to others. It’s a fun game to play with people, especially when the conversation is fairly idle or one-sided in their favor. Really, it’s for people who continue to chat forever when you are in fact more interested in leaving to go someplace else. Rocking is meant to outline the movement your body naturally does as it prepares to move in another direction. What you do is shift your weight from one foot to the other and lean back to signify that you are bored with the conversation. It’s a way of testing interest in another person or their desire to continue the interaction. It induces them into thinking you have better things to do. Someone with feet planted firmly more than likely wants to…This page contains valuable information and images that are only available in the actual PDF Ebook. Please visit our sales page to get your copy instantly. The book contains well over 250 unique high quality images that are fully captioned. Immerse yourself in the silent conversations occurring all around you!
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