One of the most useful books on body language I have found actually comes from my fellow PT Blogger Joe Navarro.
According to Navarro (2008), body language behaviors are guided by very primitive parts of our brain - called the limbic system.
Women — sweet, passive, delicate little flowers that we are — start out strong by defying his attentions, until sheer persistence breaks down our resistance and we agree to...a sherry.
Here are the messages we are trying to send with our body language to potential mates, and what is seen as attractive: Pease, Allan, and Barbara Pease.
So many people wonder: “What happened in this relationship? I’m currently writing a course about Body Language and Love and thought it would be fun to do a post on body language and attraction as I do my research.
To understand modern day nonverbal signals of attraction it is helpful to look at the history of where our body language comes from.
Body language is an essential ingredient of attraction. As a published Penguin author, Vanessa regularly speaks and appears in the media to talk about her research.
When we talk about love, dating and romance, body language plays a big role. ” The question is how do we use body language to be attractive and how does body language play a role in attraction?