Trust is the number one thing that needs to exist for any successful relationship — friendship, friends with benefits, business, dating, whatever.If a woman can trust you from the second she meets you, then she’ll trust you with her phone number.Unless its a guy, then it's often the opposite — if I’m interested in him, its much harder for me to look at him.
One Reddit commenter put it this way: Further — everywhere men floated the “don’t smile in pictures” advice, many women decried how much they hated these nonsmiling pictures.
But, the men countered, women don’t necessarily know what they want.
The second you meet someone, your eyes convey a wide range of emotions: from fear, to happiness, to confidence, to trustworthiness, to even sexual attraction.
The wrong display can leave you frustrated as to why your interactions are cold and detached.
This tip originated on the Ok Cupid’s Ok Trends blog in January 2010.
The post was called The 4 Big Myths of Profile Pictures.
That includes fear, anxiety, anger, stress, and insecurity.
They also appear when you’re focusing intensely on something (like studying or playing a first person shooter).
“I must have been in my own world,” I lied, knowing I had just been hiding behind my sunglasses.
In that moment I began to wonder how my interactions with guys I was interested with would change if I made more of an effort to look them in the eye.
After all, Ok Cupid’s findings were based on behavior, not just talk, right? Like everyone else, we believed in Ok Cupid’s conclusions. But every time we looked into this, we found the same thing: daters who used Photofeeler for photo testing were getting right-swipes like never before.