Body language says it all. When couples hug, touch, smile, make love and even fight their body language speaks volumes about how their relationship is doing. Learn to read between the lines and save your relationship if it has lost the passion and life. Learn what your body language in some everyday situations might say about your marriage, and how to be sure you're giving your man all the attention and love.

The Hug and a Kiss
Good signs
The perfect kiss would be to kiss with full body. The kiss should be a soft kiss that should clearly say that I love you and I missed you.

Warning signals
Kissing with hard, closed lips communicates tension and avoidance of intimacy. Hugging with most of your bodies separated is also a sign of obligation, not intimacy.

Show your love to him
Remember that you should not give a wrong message when you hug and kiss him. Therefore even if you are busy and pre-occupied give a warm kiss and hug your husband hello with the same enthusiasm with which you greet your kids. And be sure to follow it up with some generous eye contact.

Dining Out
Good signs
Don't sit like strangers at a restaurant. Happy couples are the ones sitting side-by-side or catty-corner, maintaining their closeness even if several kids are also at the table. If the table is small enough, sitting across from each other can also be intimate. And no matter how hectic dinner is, the couple continually acknowledges each other's presence with a glance, a smile and touch.

Warning signals
There is no closeness or communication. And take a look at your paces. You may still be sitting together, but if you're only halfway through your dinner and he has already finished, this clearly shows that something is missing. Also placement matters. If you sit far away from your husband then that shows that your relationship is not really working.

Show your love to him
Change your seat. Move the high chair so that the baby is between you; this way you can feed her and look at your husband at the same time. And be sure to catch your husband's eye and smile every few minutes.


Having an Argument
Good signs
When happily married couples fight, they look enraged, but they also look emotionally engaged. Their torsos are facing each other, and they make frequent eye contact. Their body language says, "I'm not going to run away just because we're having an argument. We love each other, so let's resolve this now."

Warning signals
Signs that your relationship is not working out is as follows:
If your husband is baring his teeth or jabbing his finger at your chest, he may be unconsciously trying to threaten you into submission.
If is not listening and he's turning his body away, wearing a glazed expression or darting his eyes around the room.
Looking down your nose at your partner sends the message that you think he's inferior, while rolling your eyes and crossing your arms says, "I'm not going to listen to what you have to say, because it's worthless."

Show your love to him
If you want to resolve an argument, your body language has to say, "I love you, and I'm listening." Start by taking a few deep breaths. Next, make your body language friendlier. Align your body with your husband's, drop your arms, lean toward him and nod your head. If he's not being attentive while you speak, gently draw him in with a touch on the arm or by holding his hand until you make eye contact. This is especially important when you're trying to reach an agreement. Should his body language grow aggressive, gently lay a hand on his arm, look into his eyes and say, "I really wish we weren't arguing." Don't underestimate the power of this gesture. Many men respond aggressively when they feel anxious, threatened or afraid. A calming movement from you lets him know you're as unhappy to be arguing as he is, and that you're with him -- not against him.

Taking a Walk
Good signs
Loving couples walk in step, a synchronization that makes them feel totally in tune.

Warning signals
If you are lagging behind and he is totally unaware, it can be an expression of hostility, or at least a lack of connection.

Show your love to him
Holding hands will help get your feet in step with each other. Have your children hold your outside hands so that you and your husband stay connected in between them. And give his hand an occasional squeeze.


Watching TV

Good signs
While watching TV, you can tell if a couple are in love by how they sit together. Even if a happily married couple is sitting at opposite ends of the couch, they still keep in touch with frequent glances, and their bodies will tend to be angled toward each other.

Warning signals
With unhappy couples, that sense of connection is simply missing. Their bodies tend to face away from each other and instead of using the commercial breaks to talk; they try to escape -- by getting up, opening a magazine or flipping channels with the remote.

Show your love to him
Be sure your own body is angled toward your husband's. Talk and communicate with him and make him feel that you are there and you love him.


Making Love
Good signs
When happily married couple make love, more than just their bodies meet. Eye contact is the key and if you have no eye contact then there is nothing.

Warning signals
Eyes clamped shut, and stiffness, especially in the neck and the shoulders, communicate coldness and anxiety.

Show your love to him
Don't shut your eyes totally. Keep in mind that your husband is desperate to know if he's giving you pleasure, and he wants to be able to see it in your eyes.


Back Top
Payment Gateway And Merchant ACCount Powered By CCAvenue.