Bennett said when you're spending time with a date, observe his posture.For example, "is he consistently leaning towards you when you talk?They say the eyes are the windows to the soul, and maybe they're right.
Just think about how you behave when you're focused on something interesting.
If you're into it, you're likely sitting in attention.
If he does, it's an indication he's interested in you and what you have to say," he said.
"However, If he is leaning away and seems focused on other things, he likely is bored or distracted," which is never a good sign.
Eye contact is crucial to letting the other person know you’re attracted them; and if you’re up for a challenge, occasionally dropping your eyeline down to their mouth area will subtely hint that you’re thinking about going in for a kiss. While closed palms can indicate hostility and secrecy, scratching your nose or rubbing the back of your neck suggests you’re uncomfortable and not totally enjoying the experience of the date.
Make a conscious decision to leave your palms open and introduce careful touches – on forearms, hands, or even a gentle brush on the shoulder – to break down that contact barrier.
Pay attention to way your movements reflect each other.
Unconsciously copying a person’s stance indicates common ground and mutual interest.
"It's as if your eyes want to try and see as much of that thing you like as possible." This might seem like an obvious one, but physical contact is one way to tell if he's interested.
To show interest, Bennett said that men are likely throw out subtle, non-sexual touching if they're into you.
That desire to get closer to someone you're interested in is true for men as well.