Now this may sound a little 'off the track' if we can safely call it that, but the next time you are attracted to this smashing, tall, slim, handsome variety, gaze deep into his eyes, you'll soon know what you mean to him (sorry, Bryan Adams, not trying to lift your lyrics).
Eyes are truly the mirrors of our souls and generally give away what facades try to hide. Business contacts are made with eyes and nose, but when things enter the love realm, a wider range of features become a part of the 'amour orchestra'. A love interest is generally elicited with wide ranging mouth gestures, coupled with the essential eye contact.
Gazing at the person for a longer time than necessary or breaking off the gaze and looking back again at the same time are sure shot indications of 'love' interest.
Raising eyebrows is perhaps the most accepted definition of 'wow, great to see you', and when it comes to love, the eyebrow arch is translated into deeper rooted passions.
So remember the next time you want to make a love proclamation, bank on your expressions, after all `when it comes to love, actions speak louder than words!'
Many women go through severe guilt pangs because they keep thinking about several men at the same time. There’s nothing wrong with that. As long as you are not in a serious relationship, it’s totally okay to go out with more than one man. But you should have your priorities right. You obviously can’t have an emotional and physical relationship with all these guys. If that’s what you have in mind, you’re better off holding on to just one guy. But if you’re just looking for companionship and no complications, the possibilities are many.
You’re at a party AND in new & interesting (attractive) company. A really cute guy takes your fancy. Okay, you have been introduced, and now you want to initiate a conversation. Should you, shouldn’t you approach the person, what do you talk about, what to say…trying not to stare! So…
You could set the ball rolling by commenting on how you’re enjoying the music or how great the food is. Sometimes a compliment is a good starter too. It doesn’t really matter. Then move on to subjects like lifestyle, work, family, common interests, so on and so forth. Let it be a natural progression. However don’t start bitching about your boss, discuss your period crisis or the hate mail you receive, no matter how comfy you get!
Display a genuine interest in the other person, smile, be courteous and sensitive to the other person’s reactions. Clichéd as may sound, ‘be yourself’.
• Don’t chatter on incessantly. Maintain a proper talk/listen atio. • Don’t try to ‘impress’. • Don't STARE. • Don’t offer advice. A sympathetic ear will do, unless they ask for it. • Don’t just listen, but understand what the other is saying. • If the opposite person is reacting with aggression, arrogance and indifference DON’T lose your cool or be disheartened! At least you took the initiative. Now circulate among the other guests.
Top 10 Flirting Tips!!!
Okay, so you’re attracted to this guy. Now you need to flirt – subtly to convey your liking for him. Here’s how.
1. A genuine smile (even if you are experiencing PMS) is contagious. Try it! 2. Compliment the guy. He’ll know that you really noticed him, then. But let the compliments be honest, sincere and genuine and when you receive a compliment the best response is merely, Thank You! 3. Look him in the eye—gently (no more than 2-4 seconds) and then glance away. Don't stare! 4. Listen—that’s why you have two ears and one mouth, so you can listen twice as much as you speak. Remember that, everyone loves to be heard. 5. Move closer to him, when you see him and say hello with enthusiasm! 6. Don’t be passive in your demeanor. Make him feel good and comfortable, as if you are the host. 7. NEVER leave home without one of these –a pet, unusual jewelry, an aromatic scent, a t-shirt which says something interesting, a hat, or an interesting book. These objects are natural conversation starters! 8. Have fun. Be playful, light-hearted and spontaneous. Show your vulnerability. 9. Start a conversation. The best opening line is saying hello. Talk about your surroundings, ask a question, ask for help, state an opinion. 10. Be self-confident and do NOT be afraid to take risks. Be positive, it works!