The following 5 body language quotes will help you understand more about how your body language and attracting women go hand in hand. Body language is a huge part of attracting women. In fact, it is probably the most important tool you have to attract women. If you use it wrong, it doesn’t matter what you say, women will get the wrong idea. If you use it right, then you will be able to send the perfect message to a woman that you like. So, what do you need to know about body language that you might not already know?
1. One Of the Painful Body Language Quotes To Hear That Is So True!
“Learn to read body language, if she doesn’t seem engaged, she’s responding to be polite. You’re being a pest and taking advantage of kindness.” – Emily Sears
This is one of the body language quotes that you may not want to hear, but it is the truth! If you have ever wondered whether or not a woman likes you when you are talking to her, this is the way to tell.
I can speak from experience, nice women will not want to hurt your feelings. It’s not in them to be rude and say how they really feel, so they try to show you disinterest without being outright rude, and by doing so, they hope that you will go away on your own.
A woman who likes you will be engaged. She will show interest and laugh and respond and be involved in what is going on. If she’s looking at her phone while you are talking to her or looking around as if she’s about to take flight, then she’s not interested, but she doesn’t want to just be a bitch and move on to something else. For your sake, and for hers, stop the conversation and go your separate ways.
Don’t be rude about it. Just tell her that you’ve got to get going, tell her to have a nice day, and move on. Why? Because there is a very small chance that she is playing hard to get with her body language, and she is working too hard to show you that she’s not interested. If she is interested, then she will stop you from leaving and start engaging with you more. But, if she’s not interested, then she will feel relieved and move on without looking back.
2. Is There Body Language In Text?
“In writing, punctuation plays the role of body language. It helps readers hear you the way you want to be heard.” – Russell Baker
Call me crazy, but I hate it when someone texts me or writes me with no punctuation! Now I know why!
I get tons of messages on my blogs and Facebook pages that are lacking punctuation and meaning, and it makes me dislike or misunderstand the person behind the writing. Often, it makes me question how smart they are too. If that happens with people I don’t even know, imagine how a woman you are interested in would feel?
Punctuation really does play the role of body language in writing, and when you don’t use it, it’s hard to figure out exactly what you are trying to say and what you mean, just like when your body language and words don’t match up.
Therefore, when texting a woman you like, use your punctuation well! Use it as you would your body language. Use the emoticons too if you want, but don’t skimp out on the punctuation. If you do, you leave the meaning behind it up to her imagination.
Punctuation can say a hell of a lot. For instance, instead of:
Do you want to go out tomorrow night with some of my friends
I was thinking we could go out tomorrow night… I want to introduce you to some of my friends who don’t believe I met someone beautiful. Are you game?
There is BIG difference between the two messages. The first one looks weak, needy, and unsure. It just doesn’t seem strong and confident. It also seems as if you don’t care, and you are just asking her for the sake of asking her. She may be confused as to whether or not you actually want her to come out, and because of that, she may reply with ‘I’m busy’ or something else that you don’t really want to hear.
But, the second one is easier to picture you saying. It shows a pause after the first strong statement – as if you were to stop and look at her for emphasis. It sounds like you say it with a smile and some confidence, and an honest desire to have her meet your friends. And, finally, she will visualize you asking the question and letting her have the final decision on something that may feel a little uncomfortable to her rather than being demanding or aloof.
3. On The Phone? Remember Your Body Language!
“I assume the body language no matter what in doing voiceover. There is a transformative aspect.” – Jennifer Hale
So, we talked about texting and writing, but what about when you are on the phone with a woman? This is one of the body language quotes that you need to pay attention to because not many of us think about how we stand, move, or look on the phone. But, the way you use your body language when on the phone can transform your voice and help send the correct message.
I can always tell when my friends are angry, bored, or happy. Yes, part of it has to do with the tone of their voice, but part of it has to do with how they are carrying themselves and how that is making them feel.
For instance, if they are slumped over in the chair looking miserable, they are not going to come across as happy and go lucky in their voice. They are not even going to come across as mobile.
It’s apparent because our voice matches our body language.
So, before you call that woman, stand up tall, get a confident look on your face, uncross your fingers and toes, and act as if you would if you were trying to send her a message that you’ve got it all together. I guarantee this body language trick will transfer to your voice and help you sound more confident, even if you aren’t totally feeling it.
4. Be Present With Your Body Language
“The utmost form of respect is to give sincerely of your presence.” – Mollie Marti
Your body language will tell a woman whether you are engaged with her or not, and whether or not you respect her (just as hers will tell you if she is engaged and respects you). So, if you want to show her respect, then you better make sure that your body language is telling her that you are present with her both in mind and body.
Some examples of being present with body language include:
- Facing her while she is talking
- Using appropriate facial expressions as she talks
- Nodding your head in agreement or shaking your head in disagreement
- Leaning in towards her while she’s talking
- Tilting your head as she says something thought-provoking
- Smiling at the appropriate times
- Making eye contact
Showing her that you are engaged with her will show her that you are interested in her as a person, not just as a body, and that will make her feel valued by you. When she feels like you value her, she is much more likely to keep engaging with you.
5. Your Body Language Speaks Even When You Don’t
“When speechless, let body do the talk.” – Toba Beta
Women are always reading body language. According to Vanessa Van Edwards, instructor of Body Language of Love and Dating, women may be better at reading body language because more of their brain is active as they watch other people’s behavior.
Whatever the reason, you can be sure that a woman is watching your movements, gestures, and stances to figure out what you are really thinking.
If you are left speechless, then make sure you show confidence and interest with your body language. Don’t slump down, avoid eye contact, and let your nerves turn you into a mess. If you do, you may send the wrong message to a woman, and that one message may cause her to wonder how you actually feel about her.
Even if you are thinking all good thoughts, your body language could be sending her a message that you are turned off or annoyed or disinterested. Actions speak louder than words, so remember that as you compose yourself and figure out what to say next.
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