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The same is true with how far you open your legs when you’re sitting and standing.
Did you know that?
Well, I never really thought about it like that before.
Geoff Beattie, dean of psychological sciences at the University of Manchester, said he examined how people move their feet in a number of situations and found women tended to move their feet away from their bodies, adopting more open-leg stances, when speaking with someone they find attractive.
So watch how you sit and stand in front of men, ladies!
Of course, this all happens subliminally — which means you probably don’t even know it’s happening when you’re doing it.
But it’s interesting nonetheless.
Our subtle body movements say so much about what we’re thinking and feeling — without having to say a word!
- Here’s more about what your foot movements mean, plus the type of foot movements that indicate your lack of attraction to a guy.
- See how your choice of shoes and shoe posture with your feet inside them say different things. There are 10 different shoe & feet postures described here… to a tee!
- Here’s some interesting leg body language. Do you realize what you’ve been saying with your legs? See what it means when a lady’s legs are crossed, pointing, closed, open, moving, striking, and touching.
- Check out this summary on feet body language. See how some of the most subtle movements say so much — like pointing, curling, touching, kicking, stamping, and moving.
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