I learned the surprising advantages of language barriers in love when I met a handsome Brazilian surfer.
At the time Raphael's English was limited, and to this day I can barely speak a word of Portuguese.
One of the most useful books on body language I have found actually comes from my fellow PT Blogger Joe Navarro.
According to Navarro (2008), body language behaviors are guided by very primitive parts of our brain - called the limbic system.
To relate effectively to others, you need to read your partner, get feedback about how he/she feels, and adjust your approach as necessary.
As she puts it, “The nuance of language is the most beautiful part. You have to just dive in and feel a little uncomfortable for a while.” That discomfort is real, as anyone who’s learned a second or third language can attest.'The dating rules have changed in the last few years, if you're of a certain age you just don't know what the rules are anymore,' she told FEMAIL.In Ms Holloway's ideal world she would scrap online dating tools altogether, as she prefers face to face communication.'Everything's fast and furious online, it's a chaotic waste land.Welcome back to The Attraction Doctor In my articles, I spend a lot of time giving you tips, tricks, and techniques to motivate and persuade your lovers (see here, here, here, here, here, here, and here). or Miss Right, get a date, and make it go well (see here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here).To use these tips and tactics, however, requires a bit of interpersonal sensitivity - what dating coaches might call "calibration".Matches are created between two people learning each other’s native language.