And when the man in question is an established beau, turned-in toes say he wants to discuss something big.
Stay quiet to give him time to spill, suggests Wood.
Much of our nonverbal communication is unconscious.
In some cases, we don't meant to do it, but we can't really communicate effectively without it.
One invaluable coupling-up coup: the fact that you can read any man's mind just by looking at him.
"Before developing speech, we communicated with our bodies," says David B.
For example, if you share a deep secret with your best friend, and she frowns at you, you might interpret that as disapproval -- even though she may have been frowning in concentration.If your boss is telling you about something he feels strongly about, and he pounds the desk for emphasis, this is an indication that you should take what he's talking about seriously.If your significant other tells you he is fine with you going away for the weekend, but his voice is shaky and he is frowning, you might want to probe a bit further because these things tell you that there is something else going on with his feelings about your trip.If your partner's tone of voice seems sarcastic, but his words aren't, you still might feel like he is making fun of you.The important thing to remember is that most of the time, it isn't intentional."He's showing his vulnerability in order to make himself more approachable and hopefully lure her in." So if that man you've been making eyes with for the last hour gives you the head tilt, that's your cue to go in for the kill and introduce yourself or even send him a drink.