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Understanding Women: The Body Language

Updated on July 22, 2012

Did you get my point?

Understanding what women wants or have in mind is quite a difficult task. You'd rather be single than trying to guess what they really mean to say. That's why I made some "reading-between-the-lines" guide so you won't get lost when you encounter these words from them.

"I'm on the way"

When you suddenly hear this line from a woman, Then you probably be waiting for an hour or longer cause what she really means is that, she's still on her way to take a bath and get dressed.

Do I look fat in this dress?"

When a woman asks you this, you're doomed. Whatever you answer, she'll disagree. She already knows she looks fat or wouldn't be asking you the question in the first place. And if you tell her that she looks skinny, she knows it's not the truth and she'll get mad at you not only for lying to her, but also for noticing that she's gaining some extra pounds. She might even break into tears and will get insecured.

Here are some funny truths and tips on what Women Really mean to say:

"GO AHEAD" (With their eyebrows raised) When she tells you this look at her eyebrows. This means a dare. She is challenging you.

"GO AHEAD" ( Eyebrows not raised) This means "I give up" or "do what you want because I'm already tired".

" Nothing" When she answers this and suddenly silence comes after, then it really means "something" you have to figure out

"I'm FINE" When she says this without looking at you then she is not really okay. This is the right time you can hug and comfort her. At this point you can win a girl's heart. Trust me,

The Body Language

Action speaks louder than words. Read between its line.

When a woman told you:

I'm not yet ready for a relationship..."OR
"I think we're better off as friends..."

What She really means is: I don't love you or I'm not interested to you or I don't feel anything for you

Reading a woman’s body language can easily give you an idea on what is going on in her mind and whether you have any chances of taking things further with her. So if you're talking to her on the phone, whatever she says doesn't really mean as what it really meant.

Remember this: Only our ACTIONS truly reflect our FEELINGS.

Women think and react with their emotions at least more than men do, in general. But it's really about testing you guys. And tests are ultimately all about control of the relationship.

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    • Alladream74 profile image

      Victor Mavedzenge 

      7 years ago from Oakland, California

      I am lucky I have a straight forward loving woman too.

    • mcrawford76 profile image

      Matthew I Crawford 

      7 years ago from Greeley, Colorado

      I live with 5 women (4 daughters) and I never know what any of them really want or need. I've vowed to stop guessing for the next 16 years or so. If you want something, come right out and say it. You want to leave subtle clues as to what you really need. Prepare for disappointment.

      Good hub, a lot of very true statments. Unfortunately most men are no good at reading body language or reading between the lines. Or listening for that matter.

    • jujanester profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Philippines

      wow really? Mabuhay, long have you been here in hubpages? And how was it? Im just new here,,

    • jpcmc profile image

      JP Carlos 

      7 years ago from Quezon CIty, Phlippines

      It's a good thing I did not have to go through hoops with my wife. She's straightforward (but not tactless). I guess that's why I was attracted to her in the first place.

      In the end it's all about communicating properly. Interesting hub.

      It's also nice to read hubs from a kababayan.


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