Below are some cues to look for: Positive body language - your partner might move towards you and decreasing the space between you two, if he or she likes what you are doing or asking.
In addition, other liking behavior can include: leaning in towards you, feet pointing towards you and wiggling happily, legs uncrossed and comfortable, arms open and palms up, playfully fondling jewelry or hair, smiling, extended eye contact, or looking down shyly.
We can read whether his/her limbic system is saying to stay and snuggle, or cut and run.
These limbic system signals are particularly important for romance, because that part of our brain is also responsible for our feelings of love (Fisher, Aron, Brown, 2006).
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