Her work has been published in several publications, both online and offline, including "The Herald," "The Big Issue" and "Daily Record."Knowing how to read your date's body language signals will help you understand where you stand with your date.Everybody has different quirks and habits, of course, but some common body language signals are universal.If your date backs away from you, you should take this as a sign that she hasn’t made up her mind how she feels about you, warns Nicholson.If it looks like your date is “copying” your movements, that’s a good sign.
This is what Judi James, author of "The Body Language Bible," says is a definite sign that someone is attracted to you -- and more specifically -- is thinking about kissing you.If your date makes actual physical contact with you, you should have no doubt of her interest. She might lightly touch your arm when she emphasizes a point during conversation, brush past you unnecessarily to get to the bar or use her foot to touch yours under the table.If she takes advantage of any opportunity to reduce the physical distance between the two of you, this is a positive sign.In fact, it’s more of a symptom of attraction – if you’re already drawn to someone, you’ll find them funny.It may seem like a tactic straight from the elementary-school playground, but it’s not just kids who use playful teasing to demonstrate that they like someone. Hand gestures can reveal a lot about how a date is going.