. How can I tell when someone is flirting with me?
. How can I be a more confident flirt?
. How do I avoid rejection?
. Where are all the good men and women hiding?

is THE dating guide for the 21st century. In an age of swiping left and right, and hiding behind online profiles, this book shows you how to replace connectivity with connection.

debunks the myths that surround flirting in order to help you find love. It helps you to analyse what you are looking for in a potential partner, shows you how to practise your interaction skills and how to unlock your inner flirt. It will give you the confidence to speak to anyone, anywhere and get results - without every compromising who you are. It's not about games, rules and tricks - it's about presenting your real self so that you will attract the right people for you.

Jean Smith is a social and cultural anthropologist who specialises in the science of flirting. For over a decade she has been helping countless clients build their confidence and find love. Her Fearless Flirting tours and Guardian Masterclasses are hugely popular and regularly sell out. In Flirtology she brings you a fun, efficient and scientifically researched guide to finding your own perfect match.

About the author

Jean Smith

Jean Smith is a sought-after social and cultural anthropologist and flirting coach, who is dedicated to bringing a scientific approach to the art of flirting. She has appeared on television and radio (including BBC Breakfast, GMTV, This Morning, Woman's Hour and Daybreak) and contributes to and features in a wide variety of newspapers and magazines, including Marie Claire, Psychologies, the Times and The Sunday Express.

Jean is a TedX speaker and has spoken everywhere from the Royal Society of Medicine and the Royal Festival Hall in London, to Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. Her Fearless Flirting Tours and Guardian Masterclasses regularly sell out and she works with brands, agencies and universities around the world. She is the founder of Flirtology and lives in London.
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