If you want a harmonious relationship with the other gender, then it takes you looking past what her words say. Instead pay close attention to what her body language tell you. If you want to know how she really feels, then pay attention to the female body language cues that say either happy, sad, or downright pissed to avoid further confrontation.
1. She refuses to make eye contact. If she refuses to make eye contact with you, that means either she is so mad that she can’t look you in the eye, or that she is hiding something.
The eyes are the windows to the soul. If she has a secret she wants to keep or a feeling that she doesn’t want you to know about, averting her eyes locks you out so she can’t be discovered.
2. Looking you squarely in the eyes. If she looks you squarely in the eyes, then she tells the truth. And something very important. If she doesn’t look away, whatever she says is real and genuine. She wants to be heard and likely looking to make sure you listen.
She also probably searches for an answer if she questions you about something.
3. She walks away from you. If she walks away from you when you talk with her, that means she refuses to hear what you have to say. Walking away from someone is a way to shut them out and down.
4. She shakes her hips a little when she walks. If she gives a little shimmy when she walks, that female body language is a sure sign she digs your chili. Women use their body language to captivate a guy’s attention.
Sometimes completely unconscious and sometimes completely aware, it all depends on the woman. But the shaking of the hips is meant to attract you and let you know she is interested.
5. Crossing her arms in front of her. If she stands with her arms crossed in front of her, that is a signal that she isn’t accepting what you say. Arms crossed means that I either don’t believe what you say, I am obstinate, or I am not going to give in or give up.
When two people argue, arms crossed means someone isn’t open to listening to what you have to say. They want to shut it all down. Protecting themselves from what you tell them.