How to Flirt With a Real Man

Men are hard to read, especially for women who do not consider themselves to be experts at dating. Through the use of body language skills, a woman can flirt with a man easier than she once thought. Here is a step by step guide to flirting with a real man.

Mirror his movements. Two people who are attracted to each other subconsciously mimic each other's movements. If he is holding a glass with his left hand, you hold a glass with your left hand. Point your torso in the direction his is pointed, and so on.

Lightly touch his arm while he is talking, to acknowledge something that he has said. The more often the touch from him, the more he is into you. And, the closer the touch is to your hand or his hand, the more intimate the touch. The closer the touch is to the shoulder, the less intimate.

Be yourself. If a man does not like you for who you really are, there is no way you can successfully date each other. If he does not like you, move on. If he pays you attention, there is a good chance that he likes you. If he ignores you or acts rude, more than likely he's not that into you. However, body language is not an exact science. Sometimes, if you're confused, its simply best to just ask.

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  • Wear sexy clothing, but do not go overboard. If you are wearing a short skirt that shows off your legs, cover up your chest, and vice versa. Sexy is one thing, loose is a whole other.


  • Players will try to use charm to get you into their trap. Watch for over the top behavior and "too much too soon" comments. Comments full of charm, such as "I just met you, but I think I love you" are meant to play on your emotions and are not usually from the heart.

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