Kisses that barely brush your partner's lips send an "I'm just doing this because I have to" message.
"Instead, make a conscious effort to kiss and hug your husband hello with the same enthusiasm with which you greet your kids," says Julius Fast, the author of , one of the first books on the subject.
(You may also want to see this: Infographic: Body Language of Men) Numerous studies into courtship showed that women are initiators of a romantic encounter 90% of the time.
They do it by sending subtle signals – eye, face and body signals that are sent to their targeted men.
If a man was perceptive enough to pick it up, he would usually approach them.
We perform what body language expert Joe Navarro calls “gravity-defying” gestures (FYI most of the tips on reading body language in this article were taken from his awesome book What Every Body is Saying).
If a girl is excited her eyebrows will automatically shoot up for a brief instant (you often see this when someone is surprised/happy to see you).
Another gravity-defying body language signal a woman might give off that displays a positive mood is “happy feet”.
If you get a girl happy or excited, you may notice her toes point up (perhaps while rocking back and forth on her heels), her feet will bounce/wiggle, she’ll have a spring in her step, or she’ll rock up and down on the balls of her feet.
All these body language examples can be associated with a woman who feels lively and in a positive mood.