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    Default Re: How much eye contact

    Don't look at her for so long that she feels like you are gazing into her heart and soul to figure out if she will be your future wife. That is creepy. Keep it down to a max of three second intervals. The time span of looking away can be a fraction of a second, or a minute, but put a cap on your staring time, you must.
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    Default Re: How much eye contact

    I'd say it depends on the image you're trying to pull off, Trying to seem not interested in what she has to say? Wanting her to fight for your attention? Then low eye contact, always seem preoccupied with other brainly thoughts.

    Otherwise pump that eye contact, it allows for alot of subtle actions that are barely noticed but have great impact, such as touching.

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    Default Re: How much eye contact

    Personally I find eye contact to be a powerful tool in displaying confidence.

    Today I was listening to a chick at work (who I'd only just met) talking to me and a few others. I just maintained eye contact on her even if she looked at someone else, but I felt that she just kept coming back to me like it was me she was wanting to talk to. I find it best used when you don't feel like saying much, kind of paints that mysterious, silent persona.

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    Default Re: How much eye contact

    Actually, yeah I probably looked away if she did - which someone said before.


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