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Flirting And Gestures

Flirting And The Role Of Gestures For Most Effective Results

Gestures or non-verbal clues play an important role in flirting. Our gestures can be powerful in sending a strong signal of interest, attraction, or even a romantic invitation. At the same time, it can also transmit feelings of uncomfortableness, undesirability, or disinterest. It is important to correctly read other person’s gestures and use you own gestures to send the correct signals. We all use gestures in our daily lives to communicate with everyone without even realizing it.

Think of gestures as monologues when talking or as punctuations when not talking. They also can be used to give immediate feedback to what the other person is saying. These gestures can be used in order to send the right signals while flirting. They can easily transmit the level of interest or disinterest in the other person.

Expressing via gesticulations differs in different cultures and regions. There is also a gender difference. In fact, most people have their own way of gesticulating. Regardless of these factors, it is fairly easy to understand the other’s person’s intentions from their gestures.

Flirting gestures are signals expressed via body language such as flicking the hair, eye contact, open stances, proximity, winking, laughing, giggling, smiling, whispers, moving of feet and legs, etc., by one person to another. Some of the most common gestures are using your hands while talking, moving or revolving your head, movement of chest, going back and forth of your shoulders, etc. Nodding is usually used to give instant response when someone is saying something and seeking your response. Gestures can be best used when there is a natural coordination between the two people without any effort from either side. It is almost as if you both belong to the same symphony of orchestra. This is a clear indication that these two people can get along well and work as a team.
Date Posted/Updated On: 10/23/2016
Author: ispace1

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