Relationships are built on trust and mutual respect. People in stable romantic relationships don’t spend their time doubting each other or analyzing their partner’s every step or action. If you don’t trust your significant other or are always wondering about their motives or actions, you might wanna reconsider your relationship with this person.
There are so many ways we can convey distance to others with our bodies. Crossing our arms or legs, putting our hands in our pockets, facing away from others while talking, all of these can indicate that we’re closed off to what the other is saying or feeling. It could also be a defense mechanism, like trying to protect yourself from an impending attack.
Growing Apart 0:55
Constant Questioning or Overanalyzing 1:51
Out of Sync 2:59
Closed Poses 4:07
Furrowed Brows 4:55
Covering the Neck with a Hand 6:37
Friendly Pats on the Back 7:14
Bonus: When Body Language Speaks of Closeness 7:47
-If the couple seem to avoid getting within 18 inches of each other, don’t wanna hold hands or touch one another, or appear uncomfortable or anxious when they do, that’s a red flag.
-If you don’t trust your significant other or are always wondering about their motives or actions, you might wanna reconsider your relationship with this person.
-Even if one or the other is a fast walker or a slow stroller when they’re on their own, they’ll unconsciously slow down or speed up for their loved one just to be close to them. If that’s not the case in your relationship, it could be a warning.
-If one partner gives the other a condescending smile, rolls their eyes, or scoffs at things they say, that suggests a kind of superiority they feel over the other. In a healthy relationship, both partners are equal.
-Crossing our arms or legs, putting our hands in our pockets, facing away from others while talking, all of these can indicate that we’re closed off to what the other is saying or feeling.
-Couples that don’t respect each other rarely stay together, and furrowed eyebrows are big sign of contempt.
-If your partner is more into their smartphone than they are your conversation, doesn’t acknowledge you or avoids eye contact, interrupts you or doesn’t wanna listen, these are all signs of being utterly disinterested in you.
-When people feel unsafe, nervous, or anxious, they often try to cover up their vulnerable spots, such as their neck. If you or your partner does this during a conversation, it suggests distance or discomfort with the other.
-People in a relationship don’t typically give a good friendly pat on the back. They usually support each other with hugs, hand holding, or other sorts of gentle contact, especially if the upset one is really going through something emotionally trying.
-A huge indicator that someone is into you is if they lean towards you while you’re speaking to them. This shows that they’re genuinely interested in your opinion, and they’re listening.
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