The book suggests ways to flirt, avoid mixed signals, read eyes, walk, dress, and lift a drink—to help you find a date, spark a relationship, and keep a mate.Knowing the hidden vocabulary of love signals will give you an edge. What attracts opposite sexes to one another, why does it work, and how has it contributed to the longevity of our species?
I've written numerous full length and short works of fiction and non-fiction, and have had many articles and short stories published in major Australian and international publications. utm_medium=api&utm_source=blog_book][img]https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1348278360l/6397831.jpg[/img][/url] [url=https:// utm_medium=api&utm_source=blog_book]Dating and Mating: Reading the Body Language Signals by Darren G.
"Dating and Mating" shows men and women how to use body language to attract and date the opposite sex.
Since potential mates "test" each other before uniting as one, courtship is a choreographed give and take of signs granting physical and emotional closeness. He examines the essential role the face plays in courtship and how it can be optimally displayed.
He decodes the body to find silent messages given off by shoulders, neck, arms, hands, waist, calves, ankles, feet, and toes. Givens analyzes expressive shapes, colors, and markings encoded in arm wear, shoulder wear, leg wear, and shoes.
Today, we still express emotions and feelings largely apart from words.
The postures, gestures, and facial cues of attraction are universal, in all societies and cultures. Givens, courtship moves slowly though five distinct phases: attracting attention, recognition phase, conversation phase, touching phase, making love. Givens documents the little courting rituals witnessed in elevators, on subways, and in the workplace. By looking at the evolutionary purpose of every part of the male and the female body, The Body Language of Dating chronicles the evolution of each major human bodily feature—why it is considered attractive or unattractive, good for longevity or detrimental to the gene pool, indicative of sexual success or failure. In The Body Language of Dating, Tonya Reiman tackles the question of whether human attraction and seduction have changed over millions of years, drawing lines of flirting symmetry that span millennia, cultures, species, and continents. Monica Moore, a psychologist at Webster University in St.Louis, has conducted research on the flirting techniques used in singles bars, shopping malls, and places young people go to meet each other.Contrary to popular belief, a symmetrical nose, the perfectly proportionate figure, or a classic face are not nearly as important as the apects of yourself that are easy to change.