(Or all of the above.)"That kind of scenario happens to everyone at some point in their lives—whether it's a co-worker, a friend of a friend, it's just a common scenario that one person is more interested in the other, etc.," agrees Steinberg.
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That gives him the message that she's not interested in him, so he'll become less interested in her."Are you at opposite ends of the car? If he doesn't respond or he turns away, you don't want to get in his face.
As long as you're giving off a friendly, approachable, available, light and breezy type of energy, then you should be okay."So what do you do if he turns out to be not so great in conversation, creepy, or you have a terrible first date and are now subjected to seeing him every day on your shared commute?
When you do that, you'll naturally have a more open, friendly body language. Women have a lot more flexibility, because men in general aren't really afraid of us," Steinberg says.
Some of my clients who are very uncomfortable talking to men will naturally cross their arms; turn away. "Smiling, eye contact…you want to respect his boundaries.
"So, if you're waiting for the subway, you might say, 'Is that the A train that just went by?