If you want to date gorgeous ladies, you have to learn how to read people better. In short, you have to develop the skill of figuring out an individual’s personality or intention through observation. In your dating life, it is going to save you loads of time if you know who’s genuine and who isn’t.
Read People Better By Focusing On Non-Verbal Cues
The good news is, just like any other skill, you can learn it and become a natural at it with practice. It’s going to take time, of course, but you can start by focusing on a person’s body language without being obvious. You should watch out for the following:
1. Situational Awareness
During conversations, our tendency is to listen to the other person’s words. We’re easily distracted by our surroundings so what happens is we look away instead of looking at the person speaking. We do listen but we don’t see how the other person is acting or moving.
2. Look At The Feet
Experts say that our feet tend to point towards the direction of something we’re interested in when on a date. If your date’s feet are pointed at you then, it’s a good sign. However, if his or her feet are pointing towards the door, then it could mean that the date isn’t going well.
3. Processing That First Impression
Did you know that you can actually tell what a person thinks of you during the first few seconds of talking to each other? For example, if you tell your date that you are a stay-at-home mom or dad, and his or her eyebrows raise, then that could be bad. However, if the information you give is greeted with a smile, then that’s good. Experts say that our face usually gives our true feelings away. It takes a few seconds for our brain to, then, adjust our expression into something neutral.
Learning how to read people is just the beginning. If you always practice your awareness, whether you are on a date or not, you’ll be able to feel out other aspects in your life. For example, you’ll be able to identify friends or family who are toxic. For more tips on self-improvement and dating, read other posts on the blog.