Remember when you and your partner first met. The first chemical reaction was probably due to flirtation however subtle it may have been. It is often the first form of interaction between two people, expressing an interest in further contact be it casual, romantic, or sexual. It may have consisted of an eye contact more prolonged than usual, a brief physical contact, or some intended, or unintended inviting body language. Flirting in the beginning is a subtle means of expressing interest and gauging the other person's interest in forming a relationship either casual or potentially prolonged.
In healthy and prolonged relationships flirtation is usually still a strong attraction and importart appetizer. It is a way couples who have a deep understanding of each other can send wordless messages to each other, even secretly in a crowd. It may be a touch, a smile, a knowing look, a subtle gesture or some other body language. It may be a message about some thing going on elswhere in the room, or it may send a message with a strong erotic impact. Saddly too many clients complain to us that flirtation has gone out of their relationship.
People who flirt may speak and act in a way that suggests intamacy by communicating a sense of playfulness. Often double entendres are used one meaning more formally appropriate and another more suggestive. Flirting may consist of a wink, batting eyelashes or just an eye contact alone. It may be transmitted by a casual touch, a subtle squeez, a knowing smile, flattery, footsie contact under a table, teesing or a not so chance meeting. In today’s technical world much flirting is carried on e-mail or online chat.
Couples in strong, tight, loving relationslips usually have vary active flirtations between them that can speek volumes and create strong erotic feelings. As appetizers go flirtation should stay high on a couples list of favorits.
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