Cues — a beaming smile, a casual hair flip, a coy lean forward when he speaks, and an empathetic cocking of your head — would send the crystal-clear message that you want him.But what you may not realize is that every other time you see each other, from the first date to the first super-charged roll in the hay to the breakup coffee (or the honeymoon, depending on how things go), you'll be using these same nonverbal cues to continually communicate with each other, and with anyone else you date.If you see one of the negative tells in the list above, it’s a good idea to ask a subtle question or two, like to see if your initial read was right.Just remember to avoid slapping too much meaning on a single behavior.Here's a rundown of the most common nonverbal cues people give off during dates.Positive body language (aka, he's into you): The key to reading nonverbal signals correctly is context.Learning to recognize a guy's body language cues can be one of the most important skills in your dating arsenal.
At the end of the day, his eye contact and gestures can say all they want, but if he calls the next day and asks when he can see you again, then you have all the answers you need.3.
"When we get nervous, our saliva glands stop secreting, and our mouths get dry—leading to lip-licking," says body-language expert Patti Wood.
"It only takes a minute to fall in love," sang teen sensation Take That back in 1992, and it turns out, they weren't far off; studies by York psychologist Dr Arthur Arun found that it takes us between one and four minutes to decide whether or not we could fall in love with someone.
"Upturned open palms indicate friendliness and an open personality.
They are also an invitation for him to reach across to your side of the table and take your hand, making him feel even more connected to you."" / 2.
Read on to find out how to read his body language and tip the odds a little more in your favour." / 1.