Ultimate Guide of Women's Body Language - Psychologium

Here is an ultimate guide of women’s body language.  Generally, both men and women have identical body languages, but they differ with respect to some minor details. More than often, men try to study the body language of women in order to look for any indications if they are attracted to them. This, of course, is just one of the many purposes that a female body language plays. Regardless of your intention, we included things that you should definitely know.

By definition body language is non-verbal communication and this includes voluntary or involuntary actions. It is much harder for people to fake out their movements or expressions as opposed to the verbal form of expressions. Since most body languages are associated with involuntary actions, they are more reliable in determining a woman’s feeling or mood. In almost every cases verbal communication can be termed as “manipulative.” In fact, the primary purpose of a body language is to breach that controlled verbal behavior or communication in order to understand their actual interpretation.

Here are some common and some hidden body language of women and what their interpretations.

  • Smile

“If she smiles, she’s into me,” that’s probably the most widespread and somehow inaccurate body language of a woman. Yes, it’s not entirely a “myth”, but again it would be more than preposterous to think that women only smile when they are happy or attracted to opposite sex. Smiling for women can also be a way of expressing their nervousness, so don’t just make the assumption that they are happy or okay with the situation that they are in.

Also, a woman smiling in excess or at random times can also mean that she’s feeling uncomfortable. What is important is that you pay attention to her sentence construction and the way she speaks in addition to her smile. Often times a woman’s smile and her verbal expressions will agree with each other, and, hence it becomes easy to identify if it’s a happy smile, nervous smile or an uncomfortable smile.


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