When women take off their shoes, the way they position their feet is a strong indicator of the emotions they’re experiencing. The key to understanding this group of body language signals is simple. If the woman is “pointing” her foot or “raising her heels” off the floor she is consciously or subconsciously making her legs look longer and thus more attractive.
This section concentrates on your body and its hidden language. Understanding the secrets of attraction isn’t hard at all. We’ve listed some of the most powerful aspects and attitudes that really make a difference when it comes to human relationships.
Tactics are used by people on people and critically they must anticipate how other people will behave or respond. Therefore it is essential that the tactician also understands human behaviour. The great tactician out-thinks his or her opponent. Most tactics are designed to manipulate or manoeuvre other people in a way that is advantageous to the tactician.
While many pleasurable or painful things are universal, the degree to which people or groups will find them painful or pleasurable will differ. For example one person may find international travel highly pleasurable while another may find it only marginally enjoyable.
This section is about body language and flirting – It’s a definitive guide to meeting and interacting with women but there is a lot of cross-over with body language. If you’re too lazy to read it properly then don’t expect great results. Let’s be honest – you wouldn’t be looking at this page if you weren’t interested so do yourself a favour and read it properly.
We’ve had so many requests for male and female flirting tips that we’ve bowed to pressure and included a section. Actually, it’s been quite a lot of fun to prepare as we’ve tried them out as a social experiment – and they actually work. In fact, they work too well. This is very powerful body language and both guys and girls get “very” upset (and quickly) if the “strong” flirting signals turn out to just be a tease.
It is estimated that women worldwide spend more than $43 billion on fashion-related footwear per annum. It could be much more! A pair of Manolo Blahniks (made famous by the TV sitcom ‘Sex in the City’) can easily cost more than $500 a pair (2007). It is worth understanding shoe signals.