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Section 1: Body Language Project: Dating Attraction and Sexual Body Language
It also covers the cues that men can use to make them appear more attractive to women and how to draw them in. The book illustrates over 80 single items of body language such as when a woman likes and dislikes an approach, when a woman is ready to kiss, when a woman is trying to block you out, when she is bored or aroused, and practically every other gesture a woman or man might impart. Also covered extensively are tips to bring her closer, entering her intimate space and ways that a man can display status and act so as to arouse. This guide is perfect for both men and women interested in not only learning more about each other but also in attracting one another. Share your thoughts with other users: Write your own review Share Your Opinion Enter your name Use an alias "made up" name if you prefer to remain anonymous Enter your email Your email address is kept private. It will not appear anywhere.
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The focus is particularly on body language of dating, seduction and approaching. Christopher Philip says that trying to dominate is also an indicator of disinterest. Christopher Philip says that squatting shows courtesy and is not necessarily less dominant.