Body Language Project: Dating, Attraction And Sexual Body Language

A lot can be said from an initial smile.  Smiling is universal.  It is a sign that no threat is present.  Flashing the teeth in this way is a hardwired greeting between strangers.  There’s no need to smile excessively though and so appear needy.  I would recommend only a full smile at the beginning of communication so as to avoid appearing fake.  So, in the initial few seconds, show a big smile then drop the smile and resume dialogue.  You can also add a smile intermittently as the situation warrants.  Holding a steady and persistent smile may appear fake and anxious.

Smiles can mean a lot of things, not the least of which is happiness and fear.  Yes, we do sometimes smile when we are scared or even stressed, sometimes even when we are caught in a lie.  However, smiles also show confidence, optimism, and hopefulness.  They send out a glow and can be incredibly….

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