Fortunately, you don’t have to be an expert in psychology to read basic body language; all it takes is being aware of some basics.
The amount of eye contact your man makes can be a helpful clue. D., and author on body language, writes that we make greater eye contact with people we like.
Don’t you wish that sometimes you could read your date’s mind? The good news is, while becoming a mind reader isn’t an option, becoming just a little more observant of nonverbal cues may give you some of the answers you’ve been looking for.
An amazing 55 percent of all communication is nonverbal, according to the famous research conducted by Albert Mehrabian.
Once he’s relaxed, observe the four C's—comfort, context, consistency, and clusters.
Comfort: According to former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro, we have to first ask ourselves a very basic question: Is his overall body language comfortable (leaning toward you, torso and feet pointed in your direction with a comfortable amount of eye contact) or uncomfortable (facing away from you, hands hidden, either staring at you or constantly breaking eye contact)?
Generally, the greater the eye contact, the stronger the relationship is between two people, she says.
Generally, we make greater eye contact when listening but, when speaking, alternate between making eye contact and looking away for brief periods of time.
Body language sends a subtle, but powerful message that you’re a confident, but approachable man.How often have you met a cute guy or gone out on a first date and wondered, “Is he interested or not?” You replay the whole interaction in your mind, analyzing it over and over again and looking for clues.Decerebrate posture is an abnormal body posture that involves the arms and legs being held straight out, the toes being pointed downward, and the head and neck being arched backwards. This type of posturing usually means there has been severe damage to the brain. A severe injury to the brain is the usual cause of decerebrate posture.