6 Subtle Behaviors To Make People Like You

6 Subtle Behaviors To Make People Like You

Did you know that little things like being able to paraphrase what someone says or showing them that you like them, can be highly attractive. Open body language, having confidence, mirroring, and talking about your flaws are other ways to be more attractive as well. Though attraction is in the eyes of the beholders, these little things can make you more likeable. As long as you do it in discretion.

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