The Head Tilt

Women who are really attracted to you, will tilt their head forward and to the side (at about 45 degrees) when they speak with you. Any neck exposure is meant to display attraction. The neck is one of the most private areas of the body because it is so

There are two prominent signals of attraction in this photograph. The most obvious is that Scarlett is crossing her legs higher than she normally would. Her right leg is crossed high over her knee with one leg firmly rested on the other. The higher the leg cross, the more interest shown. The second is that she is performing a wrist display by resting her head on her hand. The look on her face leads one to believe that she is not simply doing this because she is bored.

This photograph illustrates "tibial torsion." It is a childish posture. Scarlett's toes are pointed inward and it shows that she is meek and willing to submit to Dave. It is a way for her to appear smaller and less dominant by shrinking the amount of space her body takes up. She is also looking over a raised shoulder, to a degree, which is another signal of attraction.

Julie is showing a few signs of interest toward Mark in this situation. Her left leg is tucked under her thigh and she is sitting on it (the pointing knee). The conversation must be going well as this indicates her willingness to stay seated. She is also grooming herself by playing with her hair and is making strong eye contact. Mark's posture is a mixture of open and closed. He is leaning forward to engage Julie but his hands are crossed over his body. This is an excellent way to keep a woman guessing and induce her to pursue the man instead of always the reverse._

vulnerable. The head tilt can also occur outside of courtship and one may find oneself doing it subconsciously while at an interesting lecture (not likely) or while in communication with someone presenting an interesting story or idea. If a woman adds eye contact and a smile when displaying her neck, she is giving you even more information about her sexual interest.

Having the head tilted at a 45 degree angle represents undivided attention and interest in the communication that is present. Scarlett is facing Dave and he is obviously saying something amusing. It is fairly easy to catch people doing this especially if you are with a group of people. Those most immersed in the conversation will have their heads cocked to the side and there will be varying degrees of head tilt (or no tilt) for the remaining members of the group. Because eye contact is present and her head is tilted, you can safely ignore the fact that her arms are crossed (which is negative) as it becomes insignificant.

Having the head tilted at a 45 degree angle represents undivided attention and interest in the communication that is present. Scarlett is facing Dave and he is obviously saying something amusing. It is fairly easy to catch people doing this especially if you are with a group of people. Those most immersed in the conversation will have their heads cocked to the side and there will be varying degrees of head tilt (or no tilt) for the remaining members of the group. Because eye contact is present and her head is tilted, you can safely ignore the fact that her arms are crossed (which is negative) as it becomes insignificant.

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