If he is leaning back or is slightly turned away, he might be indicating that he isn’t feeling a strong connection to you.Just like with eye contact and body language in general, look for patterns rather than assigning significance to one isolated event.How often have you met a cute guy or gone out on a first date and wondered, “Is he interested or not?
Personally, I have found nonverbal cues to be be helpful in my work as a therapist and in my dating life.
Just be careful not to get so preoccupied with analyzing his nonverbal cues that you forget to be present to your conversation with him.
Remember, you’re not interrogating him but rather looking for a pattern of signs that he is open, interested, and attentive to you.
Don’t you wish that sometimes you could read your date’s mind? The good news is, while becoming a mind reader isn’t an option, becoming just a little more observant of nonverbal cues may give you some of the answers you’ve been looking for.
An amazing 55 percent of all communication is nonverbal, according to the famous research conducted by Albert Mehrabian.