How to Tell if You’re In Sync with Your Date

Did you know that when two people sleep next to each other they often wake up with synced-up heart beats? Even without concrete evidence, it’s easy to believe that one human body is magnetically drawn to another.

If you’re on a date and can’t quite tell if he or she is into you, you can check their body language and posture. If their feet are pointed toward you, they are drawn to you. Similarly, if they are turned to face you or leaning slightly forward, the signs are good.

If, however, their arms are crossed over their chest, they are sub-consciously protecting themselves from you because they feel uncomfortable.

Eye contact will be your biggest clue. If they are holding eye contact and are one hundred per cent involved in the conversation, then you can safely assume they’re interested. If they keep glancing over your shoulder or looking down while you talk, it’s possible they’d rather be elsewhere.

From an outside point of view, you can tell if two people are getting along by the way they mirror one another. If they speak at the same pace and with the same enthusiasm, even about a serious or sad subject, they are generally in sync.

But if he’s speaking slowly and pausing after every thought, and she’s interrupting and chattering like a monkey, you can bet at least one of them is frustrated with the conversation.

The good news is that there’s a sneaky trick here to gain your date’s affection. Mimic their tone and pace. If they’re nervous and speaking quietly, lean in slightly and speak at the same tone. You’ll be surprised how quickly they let their guard down and relax.

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