6 signs That She is In to You

This is another guest post from Men’s Health online magazine. Enjoy

Tune in to the right signals during a dinner date and you’ll satisfy more than just your palate. “Romantic meals allow for powerful courtship exchanges,” says Heather T. Remoff, Ph.D., author of Sexual Choice. “Women drop vital clues during a meal—read them right and dessert could be her place.

She Gives You Her Undivided Attention

If she snags the seat facing the wall, odds are she’s there to focus on you. So give her something to look at. “Women are far more skilled at interpreting body language,” says David Givens, Ph.D., author of Love Signals. Display confidence and masculinity with open palms or steepled fingers, a “showcase of mastery and thoughtfulness,” says Givens. If she chooses to face the room instead, watch her eyes: Is she easily distracted?

She Dries You Off

If you spill a drink, loudly drop a fork, or fumble the bread, watch her reaction. “If she turns away, embarrassed, or does nothing at all, she’s suppressing her maternal instincts for a reason: She has no connection to you,” says Givens. But if she lends a helping hand, there could be chemistry. Letting her help will strengthen feelings of attachment.

She Tastes Your Tenderloin

Offer her a bite of your entrée. If she takes the fork from you and brushes the food onto her plate, hit the brakes, Casanova. “When you offer her a bite, look her in the eyes and move the fork slowly toward her mouth,” says Sandor Gardos, Ph.D., a sex therapist and the founder of mypleasure.com. That way she can refuse gracefully if she’s not ready to be fed. “In my research, I’ve never known a woman to sleep with a man who didn’t first feed her,” says Remoff. Bonus points: She offers a bite back

Women yearn for kudos, but on a first date, keep compliments confined to her jewelry or clothes. “She spent plenty of time making those choices, so she’ll appreciate your attention to detail,” says Givens. If she starts telling a story about the earrings or, even better, returns the compliment, it shows she values your opinion. A halfhearted “thank you” may be a brush-off.

She Uses Praise in the Conversation

Women yearn for kudos, but on a first date, keep compliments confined to her jewelry or clothes. “She spent plenty of time making those choices, so she’ll appreciate your attention to detail,” says Givens. If she starts telling a story about the earrings or, even better, returns the compliment, it shows she values your opinion. A halfhearted “thank you” may be a brushoff.

She Grills You

Throw out a random question—about Maoist rebels or her high-school prom—and see where it leads. “If she finds a way to work it back to you, that’s a great sign,” says Gardos. Women approach dates as fact-finding missions, so thoughtfully answer any personal questions beyond the obligatory, and reciprocate with inquiries of your own.

She Gushes Over the Chocolate Volcano

Does she snack stoically on her dessert, or does she close her eyes and moan softly, savoring the velvety texture? “This means she appreciates the sensual, hedonistic side of life,” says Gardos. “She’s just had an orgasm on her tongue,” agrees Laura Corn, author of 101 Nights of Grrreat Sex. “Piggyback off that.”

Read more: http://www.menshealth.com/mhlists/reading_her_sexual_attraction/She_Gushes_Over_the_Chocolate_Volcano.php#ixzz1S71wlBPH

4 Responses to 6 signs That She is In to You

  1. Candice says:

    I’d prefer people not poking food at me on forks! I can’t see close up and its really quite scary. Also, there is the hygiene thing. I’d not try this one at home!

    That said, I find dinner dates very romantic! A thoughtful choice is very important as atmosphere and service are important and you can get both for a very good price if you are savvy.

  2. Hey Candice
    As to the hygiene thing, it presumes that if you are on a date with a guy, that you will end up swapping spit so to speak at the end of the evening. As to the short sighted thing that I understand. I never thought about that angle. Thanks for commenting
    JOhn

  3. Candice says:

    OK – agree that they hygiene thing might not be totally warranted. That said, when I offer Dearest my excess food in restaurants I make sure its untouched and neat to reduce the ‘eww’ factor! 🙂 C

  4. Hey Candice
    Whose EW factor. I have never had an ew factor from any woman I dated in swapping food. As I said before I at least expect to swap spit at the end of the evening and hopefully other bodily fluids as well, eating off someone’s fork is a little to germophobic for me to swallow.
    John

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