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MrSSamsungParticipantNovember 18, 2014 at 3:47 pm #67734
Let me run you through a scenario:
You’re in the break out area at work and you’re talking to a male friend and co-worker, when someone he knows joins your light hearted and non-private convocation. He talks with his friend and tries to join in the convocation. You become aware that he also engages you and looks at you whilst he’s talking, but you give him negative body language and adopt a closed posture (you’re body is positioned facing away from him). What is the most likely reason you just did that, considering he wasn’t rude or impolite in anyway?
Is it likely that you felt he was unattractive and might be taking an interest in you?… and would that always be physically unattractive. Would you ever react that guarded towards a guy you did find ok looking?
The reason I ask is because, whilst it’s not universally how I’m treated, it is often something that happens to me… and I’m trying to understand it (Honest Answers Very Welcome).
owl81ParticipantNovember 18, 2014 at 11:05 pm #67753
Most body language research would suggest a lack of interest. I would say it could also be a nervous tendency too.
KavaParticipantNovember 20, 2014 at 3:21 pm #67836
I assume some women are non-stop bothered by unwanted male attention, that it becomes unbearable at times. I have had times where my natural friendliness was challenged by men who don’t know how to leave me alone, and whatever vibe you’re giving out may be a factor. I just like being left alone sometimes, especially when talking with a friend.
MrSSamsungParticipantNovember 23, 2014 at 6:19 am #67979
I’ve talked to her recently and she seems fine now. I guess women are guarded to male trying to get to know them initially sometimes.
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