Otherwise, keep reading to learn about a particular signal you’re broadcasting to men all the time (whether you know it or not).
It’s probably not what you would expect.
You see, there’s a specific kind of body language men simply can’t ignore.
It’s a signal that can spark romantic feelings. Or it can repel him, depending on what he’s reading from your nonverbal cues.
Would you like to know what it is?
Men Are Extremely Sensitive to Something in Your Body Language That You Would Never Expect.
Women often ask me for the words to make a man want you. But the secret to make someone fall in love with you goes a bit deeper.
In fact, your ability to broadcast the right non-verbal message makes all the difference when it comes to attracting the kind of man you want.
If you’ve been attracting attention from guys who fail to connect with you on a deep, emotional level, I may be able to show you why.
You’re probably sending out just one very confusing signal...without even realizing it.
With the wrong signal, you end up with this:
Attention from the wrong kind of guys. The ones you aren’t interested in.
Initial attraction that later fades with the one guy you really wanted to attract.
A slow and painful death for the attraction and passion in your existing relationship.
But with a slight adjustment, you could be sending the right signal all the time. And you’d end up getting results more like this:
Passion that intensifies the longer you’re together
A guy who clearly feels protective of you
A deep feeling of private exclusivity as he lets you into his inner world
The difference can be dramatic. And it all comes down to this one signal I’m about to show you.
In order to explain this signal, think of yourself as a radio tower.
You are constantly broadcasting a message to the men in your life. And there’s one “channel” he can’t tune out.
That’s because men have emotional “antennas” designed specifically to detect this one kind of signal.
Ready to find out which signal I’m talking about? Ok, here it is. He reads your nonverbal cues to find out where you “rank him” compared with other men.
He reads your body language to see how he measures up in your eyes. Does she respect me? Or am I just her play thing?
Does she look up to me in some ways? Does she value me compared to other men? Or is she just settling?
Why are men so sensitive to this one signal?
Because, oddly enough, this signal tells him how you compare him to other men. So it influences how he feels about himself whenever he’s around you.
And it’s amazing how much this one signal affects his emotions.
You see, in relationships, people don’t tell us what we really want to know. We have to listen to what’s written between the lines.
This kind of “listening” determines how we feel about each person we meet. And when it comes to romantic relationships, it tells us far more than spoken words.
Now tell me this. Which man would you rather commit to for life?
A man who compliments your beauty but seems to have difficulty keeping his eyes off other women? Or a man who is reserved with his compliments, but seems to have eyes only for you?
The truth is, no one wants to end up with someone who is just settling. Instead, you want to feel desired.
Men are no different. But what makes men feel desired is very different from what makes women feel desired.
For example, research shows men often confuse love and respect. A man does not want to be loved by a romantic partner unless she also holds him in high regard compared with other men.
Otherwise, it just feels like motherly love. That’s not what he wants. It’s not how he wants to perceive himself in his primary relationship.
And that’s why...
Women often send mixed signals to the guy they’re interested in without even knowing it.
It happens accidentally. And I have to tell you, it’s not your fault.
Society has changed too fast for men and women to adapt to the rapid changes. We are left scrambling.
In nearly every culture there used to be a clear set of expectations. Those expectations guided men and women through the process of connecting with a lifelong partner.
Demonstrations of mutual admiration were built into the process of courtship.
But those clear expectations are a thing of the past. These days, each couple has to invent their own path, dancing around unspoken expectations and feelings of uncertainty.
And there’s something that often gets lost in our modern version of courtship.
I’m talking about the ancient art of communicating desire through the language of admiration. It’s where the phrase, “You have an admirer” came from.
He doesn’t want you to settle.
He wants to feel like you see him as the ultimate catch.
Otherwise, it deflates his ego. And with it, his passion for the relationship deflates too.
He just can’t picture himself with a woman who looks up to other men more than she looks up to him.
But this is where things get confusing.
Many women want to make their man feel loved.
But a woman’s idea of loving communication is very different than a man’s.
How do you communicate your true feelings to a man? And why are men so sensitive to tiny signals about where you rank him compared with other men?
To dive a little deeper into that particular question, I put together a video presentation on the topic.
It explains the most powerful signals you can use to grab a man’s attention.
Harry's Masculinity Report 2018 s3.amazonaws.com/harrys-cdnx-prod/manual/Harry%27s+Masculinity+Report%
2C+USA+2018.pdf - Men are happiest when a part of something where they feel needed and valued.
Anderson, Cameron & Hildreth, John & Howland, Laura. (2015). Is the Desire for Status a Fundamental Human Motive? A Review of the Empirical Literature. Psychological bulletin. 141. 10.1037/a0038781. - Male need for respect.
Gender Differences in Implicit Self-Esteem Following a Romantic Partner's Success or Failure," Kate A. Ratliff, PhD, University of Florida, and Shigehiro Oishi, PhD, University of Virginia; Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, online Aug. 5, 2013. - Men have lower self-esteem when their partner succeeds and they fail (i.e. they don't feel needed/irreplaceable).
Canevello A, Crocker J. Creating good relationships: Responsiveness, relationship quality, and interpersonal goals. J Pers Soc Psychol. 2010;99(1):78-106. doi:10.1037/a0018186 - Showing him you believe in him and he's the one for the job.
Reis HT, Lemay Jr EP, Finkenauer C. Toward understanding understanding: The importance of feeling understood in relationships. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 2017:11(3):e12308. doi:10.1111/spc3.12308 - You value his point of view and abilities.
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