Body language, a type of non-verbal communication is a very powerful tool to know if someone is interested in you or not. The body languages include various elements such as facial expressions, body posture, gestures, touch and the use of space. As you know communication consists of verbal as well as non-verbal communication. Above given are the body languages play important role in our day-to-day communication. You may know lot about someone by their body language.
1. Playing with hair
It seems that while doing verbal communication girls are like to play with their hairs by pulling constantly until it breaks. Which is sign of flirting and it include in the non-verbal communication it can be known as a nervous habit and self-soothing behavior.
2. Gestures and Body Positioning
Gestures are specific body movements that carry meaning: With the Hand motion alone can convey many meaning like: “Come here”, “Go away”, “it’s okay” are just a few example of gestures. The gesture for this phrases often differ across cultures. For example, beckoning means make gestures with the hand, arm is used to insult someone to approach or follow or appear attracting or inviting someone.
3. Eye Contact
Eye contact is plays most important role in non-verbal communication because of insufficient or excessive eye contact can create communication barriers. In relationship, it serves intimacy, attention, and influence as with facial expressions. It is considered that rude to stare, especially at strangers is bad and create a barriers to non-verbal communication. Patterns of eye contact is different across culture. For example some American fill uncomfortable with the “gaze” that is sometime associated with Arab or Indian communication patterns.
4. Conversation Distance
While doing verbal communication it is important to keep in mind that non-verbal communication is also important while doing communication. Unconsciously, we all keep a comfortable distance around us when we interact with other peoples.
The distance between people has had several names over the years, including “personal space”, “interpersonal distance”, “comfort zone” and “body bubble”. The space between us and another person forms invisible walls that define how comfortable we feel while doing communication with other people.
The eyebrows are very active in conversation. There are different types of eyebrows expression to show for example: it can furrow to show anger or to turn inward and down to shoe disgust or a crucial view. But someone’s eyebrows can tell you lot about their interest in you. If the person looks at you with a smooth, relaxed eyebrow then the person have some interest in you.