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Dating Coach Joann Cohen shares fun ways to flirt.

One of the things I have to remind my female clients is, if you don’t know how to flirt you aren’t going to meet a man.

As a woman you have got to flirt and you can make it really fun and here’s some fun ways that you can do it.

The studies have shown that women who sway their hips increased their attractability by 50 percent.

So that’s a real easy way to increase your attractability to a man without doing anything other than just swinging your hips.

The second thing is that women who are friendly and are smiling are also appearing more attractive to men.

The third thing is that the studies have shown us that people who do nice things, nice acts are also seen as actually nicer and more attractive people you are physically more attracted.

So by allowing somebody in line in front of you, a nice act like that can also give you an opportunity to flirt with the cute guy behind you and also appear more attractive to him.

And one of the things, ladies, to remember is flirting is not sexual. Flirting is fun.

It makes everybody’s life more enjoyable, the people that you flirt with, you can flirt with men, women, children, people of all ages and it makes your life more fun too.

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EmpowHER Guest

Playing and having fun with people of all ages - men, women and children - is about having fun. Life enhancing. However -

Learning how to sway your hips to increase your attractability toward men is about sex - in his mind.

You don't sway your hips to have more fun with children. Having fun and "increasing attractability" as above are two completely different matters.

July 29, 2010 - 3:51pm
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