Dating and holding hands
This position allows you to play and caress the hand of your partner, which can also refer to a flirtatious relationship.
This is probably the only one that conveys a negative image, as it may look aggressive, controlling, and give a sense of ownership, but that may depend on how you interpret it.
I don't think holding hands is disappearing in our hook-up culture.
I just think that sexual adults actually place it in a different priority.
Just like the first one, this one shows independence, but at the same time, a confident and strong bond that is based on trust.
It says that the relationship is perfectly balanced; both are emotionally stable and aren't needy.
Allegedly, couples that interlock their arms like this can have a more intimate and passionate relationship. -Something important to bear in mind is that while these studies are based on social behavior, each couple and relationship is different.
For me, holding hands is the first sign that we're "together" or moving in that direction.
It's letting the other know they're there without suffocating the person.
This is playful body language; it's secretly brushing the other’s hand with the fingers in a flirty way.
Well, unless the person doing it is not aware of the movement.
It shows that the relationship is relaxed and based on mutual trust.
This is the classic hand-holding of the story we started with; it shows respect and devotion.