You’ve likely heard that body language plays a major role in the way we communicate, but reading non-verbal cues isn’t all about broad strokes. We help you determine the nature of man you plan to be with…
Meeting your date for the first time? Anxious how the meeting would turn out to be? You’ve probably heard that body language plays a major role in the way we communicate, but reading non-verbal cues isn’t all about broad strokes.
The same gesture can indicate a number of different things depending on context. Worry not as we help you determine the nature of man you plan to be with. Only important thing to do is to note the way he walks while he approaches you(wink wink)…
Men who walk briskly tend to be very enthusiastic
Men who walk slowly, taking small steps, have a lot of thinking to do. No, they are not going to be the next Armstrong, but it might turn up that they don’t even listen to you half of the times let alone wander around in their own wonderland!
Those who move their hands while walking, are considered to be very happy and content with their life. What will attract you? Well, Optimism, enthusiasm and the hunky-dory attitude towards life.
If you come across a man who walks with shoulders shrugged, know that he’s very lazy albeit, very labourious… but, he’s not Hercules either. These type of men take a lot of time to get over with any task irrespective of whoever it concerns. They are very indecisive and show no interest in learning or taking up new tasks.
Men who put pressure on the ground while walking are mostly stubborn. Also they have that attitude which shouts: ‘ek baar jo maine commitment kar di, uske baad main apni bhi nahi sunta’. So if he’s promised you a romantic holiday for the upcoming vacation, it’s time you get your bags ready.
Self confidence and courage are reflected when a man takes longer steps while walking. Ever seen Tata, Birla, Ambani or Arvind Kejriwal walking?(wink). Your man could be one of them someday.
It irritates you when you hear the dragging-my-legs sound when somebody walks, no? You got it right. “Meri life mein bahot tension hai” is the moral.
Hope we have made your morning walks more productive. Happy walking!