7 common ways in which Women Flirt

Flirting is a healthy exercise when within a certain limit.
Gone are the days of the "alpha-male"... women today love and enjoy flirting.
Some even take it upon as a "sport" to see how many men they can get interested.

As a psychiatrist sometimes a mall, a pub or even a movie hall becomes an amazing ground to analyse how woman are playing this "psychological game".

There are thousands of ways used. Every woman has her own moves. Each move denotes a part of her psychological self.

Here are 7 common ways I have normally seen woman use -

1. Voice - Many women modulate their voice to sound Lower, softer, sexier and/or childish-like when in front of a guy they like.
This gives an involuntary signal of being interested and at the same time fuels the male ego.
The fuelled male ego makes the guys behave "maturely and more responsibly".. in many cases only to be played by the girls wishes.

2. Hair - Fliping the hair to one side and expose the neck.. Or playing with the hair in small childish ways.
This involuntary tells a man that a woman is ready for his advances.

3. "Props". - Tees with special or irritating messages, fancy cell-phone covers, unusual jewelery, a good perfume are natural attention seeking "props".
When in a group, a girl keeps flaunting them in front of a guy they are interested, it naturally gives them a conversation starter.

4. The "selfie or usie" trick - This is one of the oldest tricks used by both man and woman.
Take a group foto or a solo one with the interested guy. Then upload it too facebook. And ask him his facebook details to tag him along.
An instant connection is made.
Since most people have a great majority of their life displayed on facebook, this gives an immediate gateway into the guys life.

5. Touch - Woman have a 6th sense. They can actually understand what is the nature of your touch. Be it a casual touch, a handshake or a hug, they understand if you are being friendly or sexually interested.

In the same way, they have an amazing sense on how to use their touch to create various levels of interest.
A simple handshake can be a simple hello or a more intimate invitation.
This is a difficult type of flirting because it conflicts with personalities and requires a lot of acting.
Woman with direct and upfront type of personality might have a "very professional and stay away" type of touch.
While attention seeking personalities might seem to be "interested" in everyone.
One has to be careful using this method. In my psychiatric practice I have met many woman who have landed themselves in trouble because of wrongly using it.

6. The Glance - Eye to eye contact is another old technique.
A quick lock and glance away normally makes most guys look back the second time.
If the second time, the body language is more relaxed and/or more inviting, it usually signals for a guy to approach.

This is a very powerful way mechanism, because those who can speak the language of the eyes can actually guide the interested guy onto the dance floor, next to the swiming pool or a secluded place where they can talk.

7. The cheesy Pickup lines - Contrary to popular believe Girls also love to use pick-up lines.. These chessy one liners are no longer a copyright of the male gender.

"Hello XYZ... how are you??... oh!! I'm sorry I confused you for a friend of mine.. you guys look so alike".

"Are you a camera? Because every time I look at you, I smile."

"I like serious people.. By the looks You surely take your workout seriously"

Flirting is a healthy exercise when within a certain limit... Flirting is a way of spreading Love when done without malicious intent.
I have treated many cases where flirting was used on "simple guys" which eventually lead to disastrous consequences.

Flirting is powerful.. Flirting is fun... Enjoy Healthy flirting... Spread Infinite love..

written by -

Dr.Hemant Mittal (MBBS, DPM, MD(mindmantra))
(Psychiatrist, Motivational Writer and Counselor)
email – eksoch@gmail.com
website – www.mindmantra.in

Twitter - @sai_ki_artist
(feel free to ask your questions/feedback through email)

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