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    What does it mean when a womans arms are Folded

    Theirs this girl that talks to me in my class that I have a crush on, but whenever I talk to her, her arms are folded. Now is that a bad sign or a good sign. I can never seem to make I contact with her because she is so into the class.
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    I usually have my arms crossed when I am thinking about something or when I am cold or uncomfortable..... if you like her why don't you just ask her out?
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    Dont think too far into it. For all you know, it could mean nothing. Pay attention to how she treats you instead. Body language can say a lot but it can be so easily mixed up.

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    I think when she does that she wants out. Crossing arms is a negative cue, for both male and female.

    But it is true, that it can be mistaken for being cold, etc.

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    it could be a comfort thing too. i do it all the time. Boos talks to me girls everyone. but yeah its cool. like they said wait to see what she does
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    first of all why you post this in SELF INJUURY forum.. and second is she is just waiting on you to call her out.. so do it as soon as posible .. otherwise she will keep her arms folded for you..

    Good Luck..
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    I cross my arms if I am cold, OR if I am pissed off

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    Crossed arms isn't the best signal per se, but i'd be more concerned about her tone of voice and facial expressions.

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    Personally, I see crossing arms as more of a neutral comfort thing. I cross my arms just because its more comfortable sometimes. I also think crossing the arms may be an attempt to make ones figure appear better. On a man, this will cause the pecs to flex, and on a woman it could make her upper body figure (you know what I mean) better or more developed. So, in my opinion, crossing the arms is not bad, generally speaking. It could be just for comfort, warmth, or to just look more built or something. So don't take her crossing arms sign as a bad thing, it could very well be good

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    i would like to know the same thiing, why is this posted in the self injury forum??

    About the arm-crossing thing. I read in an article that folding of the arms indicates disinterest, shyness, and insecurity to some extent, but that doesnt mean that this girl you're referring to is shy or uniterested in you.

    Like everyone else said, you should look at her facial guestures and tone of voice when she speaks to you. good luck
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