Understanding body language means holding the keys to clear communication. Modern managers learn the secrets of communication in special training seminars. But knowing what they know.
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As a man, I try to be very scrupulous about not looking at a woman's breasts when talking to her. Nonetheless, a woman will sometimes cross her arms or fold her cardigan over her chest as I'm talking to her. It bothers me that she might be doing that because she thinks I'm looking at her breasts when I'm being very careful not to.
Certain body language may be exhibited for reasons other than sexual attraction. For example, a certain posture or attitude may be struck out of habit, for the sake of comfort or because of nervousness. In other words: don't start getting too hot if a girl gives you the "shoulder look", may be you'r just a pain in her neck.
Most people I talk to about body language seem to have their main interest set in finding out the flirting signals of the opposite sex and how to know when somebody is attracted to them. In the interaction between males and females something funny always occurs. The first thing you can usually observe in male and female relations is that the girl makes eye contact with the guy she likes, and once the guy has spotted the girl making eye contact the two of them will lock each others gazes for a few seconds until she looks away.
Humans as defensive mechanisms have always had the need to hide behind something in search for protection. One last simple and common gesture that occurs frequently in daily life is while hugging. This article is part of the Beginners Guide To Body Language series, you can read the rest of the articles by clicking here.
Whether you're crossing your arms as a protective shield or opening them as a sign of welcome, the way you position your arms tells an insightful observer how you're feeling. Certain postures elicit certain moods. Crossed arms hold your feelings in and keep other people's out.