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Katia Loisel is an internationally recognised Dating, Relationship and Body Language Expert with over 19 years experience in the TV Industry.

She is the co-author of How To Get The Man/Woman You Want and has conducted a widely published five-year global study into dating and mating patterns.

Robyn finds that the majority of communication issues stem from people’s inability to recognize and “own” their tremendous value when it comes to their professional and personal life.

When it comes to dating, body language is an unspoken language that can actually say more to a guy on a date, than you may be aware of.

She is a Coach at New York Dating Coach and a Chair at International Dating Coach Association.

Published in New York Times, CNN, WSJ , ABC and many more. I have helped hundreds of clients improve their dating lives and find more chemistry and romance in their lives, and I look forward to helping you achieve your goals in dating.

It’s important for you to know the right body language signals to give off, to show a man you’re interested in him.

And when you know what to look out for in his body language on a date, then you’ll be ten steps ahead of the game, when it comes to dating & meeting the right man! Oshima is a Matchmaker, Dating Coach & Founder at Dream Bachelor & Bachelorette.

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Israel was raised in an extremely religious Orthodox community, which saw total separation of the genders.

Upon leaving the community, at age 29, Israel had to learn to date from the ground up.

Since that time, Israel has devoted his life to the subject of dating and social interaction.

If she’s thinking about kissing you, she won’t be able to stop touching her own mouth because when we think about kissing, our brain sends blood to our lips which makes them feel tingly.

When she starts touching her lips, that’s the moment to lean in for a snog!