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I Want You, I Love You

Updated on January 2, 2009

I Need You; I Am In Love with You

Your body has a language. Every time you look at someone else, speak to a member of the opposite s^x, have a drink, sit down or walk about, wherever you are in any type of social setting, your body is giving out messages. These messages tell the receiver many things about you including your feeling towards them. In a man and a woman, it may just be about willingness and availability for a love affair. It’s actually your body language of saying “I need you; I am in love with you”.

Types of Messages

Your body gives out three types of messages:

1. How you feel about yourself

2. How you feel about the other person

3. How you feel about the relationship or conversation

These three messages are passed on:

1. Posture – the way you stand

2. Spacing – the closeness at which you stand to the other person

3. Eye movements – how much you look at the other person and when, relative to your speech.

I Need You; I Am In Love with You

I Want You, I Love You
I Want You, I Love You

Frequent Glances towards the Fancied Man

A woman will tend to use her eyes rather more to produce the same effect. Frequent glances towards the fancied man should be interpreted as crucial sign of interest. The woman interested in the man will continue to still glances at the man but should he look her way, she will not fix her eyes on him but will instead look down or the other way or even give an impression of shyness.

Come On

When a woman wants to develop a relationship with a man, she may not tell him “I want you, I love you” but rather will send out body signals of saying she is available for such an eventuality. This can be an open posture of saying “come on” or a closed posture of saying “keep off”.

Availability in a Woman

The open posture that signals availability in a woman is one where the knees point towards the attractive man rather than away from him, or when one leg is kept on top of the knee with the leg on the floor facing the fancied man. This is more obvious if the woman is wearing a short skirt or one with a slit and the slit is facing the man. 

Impression of Shyness

A woman will tend to use her eyes rather more to produce the same effect. Frequent glances towards the fancied man should be interpreted as crucial sign of interest. The woman interested in the man will continue to still glances at the man but should he look her way, she will not fix her eyes on him but will instead look down or the other way or even give an impression of shyness. 

Rein-forcers to Encourage the Man to Talk

Once contact is established, a woman will then put up reinforces to encourage the man to talk. Rein-forcers such as smiling and agreeing with the man are all signs of indicating to the man that she may be available as well. These signs encourage the man to feel welcome, attractive and to relax. 

Availability in a Man 

The open posture that signals availability in a man is when he stands with his feet apart, lean his back onto a wall and put one hand on the belt or pocket of his trouser.  

No-Verbal Behaviour of Touch

Availability will then turn into desire and this will be no-verbal behaviour of touch. The man will begin by trying to check out if it’s possible by touching her flirtingly on the arm or shoulder before moving in closer, and then maintaining contact in a more prolonged way. The woman may attempt to resist in a manner suggesting she is still willing to the touch. 

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      MUHAMMAD IQBAL BUTT 

      7 years ago

      hi dear

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      Aya Katz 

      9 years ago from The Ozarks

      Ngureco, thanks for this well written hub. It contains some useful information about body language.

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