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If they're waiting to get coffee, they'll flirt with the person standing behind them, the barista, and even the delivery guy. It's just the flirter's natural way of dealing with the world. If they like people and want nothing in return, then they might be more of a charmer than a flirter. Some flirters have motivations that aren't simply to be friendly and kind; their motives are for gain, and to convince someone into giving them what they want. They're master manipulators. In his review of literature on flirting, Northern Illinois University Professor, David Dryden Henningsen, identified six different kinds of motivation for flirting.
If you have charm , you're trying to make everyone feel important. If you flirt, you're using your sexual attractiveness to manipulate another person, sometimes in innocuous ways and other times in kind of creepy ways. Both charmers and flirters make eye contact and have warmth in their voice, but flirters almost always have an agenda , such as getting their ing instructor to change their grade or flirting their way out of getting a ticket.
Flirting can actually hurt people, especially when you take a flirter's actions or words seriously when that wasn't the true intention. For instance, if a flirter is only flirting to see if they can get someone to respond, and if that person believes the flirter's emotions are real, they might start thinking that it could lead to a relationship.
You will feel emotionally betrayed and that is never a good feeling, especially when it will probably sour your future relationships. Some flirters are womanizers and narcissists who enjoy chasing a woman and then dumping her once they've got her. You never know who might be flirting with you or if their intentions are real. That's why you should always keep your guard up at first until you figure out what type of person they are.
Though flirting can be fun and harmless, it can also be manipulative and devious. Staying aware of different motivations behind flirting is a good way to protect yourself from being used. Editor's Note: This article was originally posted in June and was updated with the latest information. Christine Schoenwald is a writer and performer. Visit her website or her Instagram. in. YourTango Experts. Christine Schoenwald. Some people are born flirts — they just can't help themselves. Subscribe to our newsletter. now for YourTango's trending articles , top expert advice and personal horoscopes delivered straight to your inbox each morning.
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