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I have found that I myself use and employ an innate flirting technique that feels nonconfrontational but equally effective. It is a very passive approach that places the the ball entirely in the court fo the man. The following article pieces are mean as an enlightenment of the subtleties of the shy or submissive flirting techniques.

Posted by Andrea, on June 6, 2011 at 1:25 pm

The following excerpt gives a detailed description of the body language of a receptive woman.

image4She likes you:
She will give you deliberate and direct eye contact with flirtatious glances away or down. (Down or away in combination with a secret smile are the most preferable) In addition, her eyes will dilate and sparkle as you speak to her.

She will be all smiles. She will not be able to help herself if she likes you.

She will find ways to physically touch you while talking with you. For instance, she will gently touch your forearm or shoulder. In addition, she will lean into you while you’re talking. (I have had serious anxiety when touched unwelcomly by men due to the inability to move away so be sure to let her touch you first unless you are positive she is receptive.)

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THE PLAYER: The Science Of Flirting

It all begins with eye contact
Actually, it begins and ends with eye contact, because if she realizes you haven’t focused on her eyes for even two consecutive seconds, she’ll lose attention before you even say a word. As the Social Issues Research Centre put it: “Your eyes are probably your most important flirting tool… they are also extremely high-powered transmitters of vital social signals.” Eye contact is extraordinarily powerful, so it’s important to walk the line between intensity and subtlety, which is why we usually restrict direct eye contact to only a second or two. This all falls in line with The Player’s very simple method of making more eye contact when listening and averting your gaze a bit more when speaking.

Revel in the “game of maybe”
A Time article that took an in-depth look at flirting found that it is intoxicating because of its uncertainty. The writer calls flirting “the game of maybe” and quotes Timothy Perper, who has been researching the science of flirting for 30 years, as saying: “Flirting captures the interest of the other person and says, ‘Would you like to play?’… Flirting opens a window of potential. Not yes, not no.” Essentially, there is no defined set of laws — no formula — that you must always follow. Simply give yourself over to the excitement and go with the flow, always allowing for the unexpected — because the unexpected is half the fun.

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I was never one for a cheesy “Line” but flattery can always go a long way. The most memorable approach a man ever made toward me was as simple and unexpected that it has planted itself in my brain for all time. Standing in a line (could have been anywhere) I was tapped on the shoulder. When I turned to respond to the person seeking my attention I looked into the face of a man who’s face immediately lit up and said “Oh wow, you ARE beautiful!” I will never forget the feeling of immediate confidence and humbleness I felt.

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