5 main differences as men and women use their body language

Yes, we are different, and we communicate in completely different ways. No matter how similar you are to your chosen one, there are several fundamental differences in how men and women use their body language.
For example, scientists have calculated that, on average, men and women talk equally much per day. But women tend to talk about other people, and men - about objects around them and objective things.

And now in order:

1. How we prefer to be approached.

A woman loves more when she is approached from the front rather than from behind — apparently, a protective function is triggered. And men prefer when they are approached from the side or at an angle - this is less aggressive. The approach from the front looks like a challenge.

So if you want to go up to the man, sit down on the side of him, and if the man wants to go up to the woman, you must go straight to her so that she can see how he is coming.

2. How we interpret nods.

When a man nods, he agrees. When a woman - she tries to show that she is listening and that the speaker continues, even if she does not agree.So if you are talking to a man, do not nod if you do not agree. And if you communicate with a woman, nod to show that you are listening to her.

Interestingly, the triple nod is perceived better, it is like a three-point letter, when you have nothing to say, but you show that you are listening to a person.

3. How we use touch.

This is a very subtle point. Some people do not like to be touched, others, on the contrary, perceive it as support and sympathy. And this is a very big difference between the sexes. Women use touch as a friendly sign, and men as a signal of power.

Of course, it all depends on how you touch. After a greeting or a handshake, women usually touch just above the arm or forearm, or hug to show support and openness. Men (even subconsciously) often slap their backs to show dominance, or put a hand on their shoulders to show their superiority or control.

The closer the touch to the center of the body, the more intimate its meaning. Arms and shoulders are safe places for “professional” touches. Head and torso - only for close people.

four.How we show non-verbal encouragement.

Usually we move forward a bit, we nod, bow our heads, maintain eye contact, and say "Aha", "Yes, yes," "Interesting."

Since childhood, women are taught to such gestures of polite communication, whether they agree with the interlocutor or not. Men do not consider it necessary. This may seem indifferent and unemotional to women.

Men, if you want to show a woman that you are listening to her, use one of the above signs of non-verbal encouragement.

Women, do not take on a personal account if a man seems detached - for him it is normal - not to show any active signs when he listens to you.

On a note:if you need to communicate bad news, tilt your head a little - this is a universal gesture of your participation, which says that you are empathetic and sympathetic.

5. How we use tone of voice.

Women usually use 5 different vocal keys in a conversation - which is why they sound more emotional. In the business world, this is not considered an advantage.

A female voice rises in a stressful situation - it becomes creaky and shrill.In men, a deeper vocal range, they usually use only 3 tones.

Ladies, do not strain your vocal cords to sound professional in a business environment. Men, if you want to sound more emotionally and warmly, try playing with your voice and its tone.

On a note:take a deep breath and exhale slowly, relaxing your shoulders, neck and head. Repeat and so you get the lowest natural tone of voice. You cannot speak in a high tone without straining your shoulders and vocal cords

Related news

  • 14th week of pregnancy
  • Morning gymnastics for children grades 1-2 School Library
  • Hygiene baby outside the home: unforeseen situations
  • Busted: South African cops caught sleeping on the job
  • Long Sleeve Summer Dresses In Fashion Week Collections
  • 5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language

    5 main differences as men and women use their body language