Reading his signals dating
So what are your chances of reading body language on an average date, especially once you factor in low lighting, two drinks, and maybe some Botox?And remember your own body language: The time spent changing outfits or planning what you are going to say next would be much better spent making your date comfortable enough to establish a "baseline."To be a human lie detector, you have to establish a baseline or find out what is "normal" behavior for the person in question—so that you can tell when something is off.Once he’s relaxed, observe the four C's—comfort, context, consistency, and clusters.
That anticipation might even be making him feel uneasy.Instinctively, you know that a guy's facial expressions, gestures, and mannerisms are windows into his mind and emotional state.But deciphering all these cues can be daunting, or downright maddening. Studies have shown that you're not as good at reading expressions as you think you are, not to mention that the culture you grew up in can influence the way you read expressions.Have you ladies ever had the experience of thinking a guy must REALLY like you if he did a certain outstanding thing early on in your courtship — only to find out it's the kind of thing he does all the time?Not long ago, I was dating a guy who was pursuing me fairly aggressively.