Cuddy said that her first thought on seeing her husband that way was, "What a jerk!" And second: "He must have a good sense of humor." That Cuddy was drawn to her husband because of his body language isn't as unusual as it sounds.In a follow-up experiment, the researchers had another group of people rate the profile photos on openness and dominance.As it turns out, when people were rated high on openness, they were likely to be rated high on dominance, too.In the speed-dating experiment, experimenters filmed 144 speed dates, and reviewed them looking specifically at whether people sat still or waved their hands and arms a lot.They asked each person to indicate how attractive they found their partner and whether they'd like to see their partner again.She says, "Great relationships don't always include the word 'soul-mate' in them" and she's totally right."It sounds like you're dreaming about someone that’s too good to be true."2.
In addition to being great for your potential sex life, it's also great for your mind, body and your spirit. Admitting You're Not Afraid To ' Feel.' Here's the thing about the word 'feeling' — it lets a man know that you're not afraid to be authentic and that you're in touch and brave enough not to hide from your real self. "Using the words, ' I respect when a man does what he needs to fulfill his life', shows that he will be respected and at the same time feel free to enjoy himself, Colada says.Sure enough, people who took up a lot of space with their bodies were rated more attractive.What's more, people who displayed open body language were rated higher on dominance, suggesting that postural expansiveness is attractive because it conveys a sense of power.Here's what you should stay away from saying, ladies:1."I'm Searching For My Soulmate." Sorry, but Spira says that a phrase like this is just an overused cliché.
Here’s the type of stuff dudes go crazy for on a woman's "About Me."1.