If their body language says 'no' - don't bother"Everyone knows the best way to flirt is with eye contact.

While it might seem natural to say yes when someone asks you out, if you're freshly out of a relationship or in any other position where you don't feel you can get into a relationship, it's definitely time to take a break.

If your attitude towards dating has gotten to the point where it could work out or it could fall apart completely and it wouldn't make the slightest bit of difference to you, it might be time to quit it, because let's face it -- dating is by nature supposed to be emotional, so when your attitude towards your date is "I could take it or leave it," it might be time to just leave it.

If you like someone and want to get to know them better, bin the 'body language' manual and approach them anyway.

As Tracey explains: "Make too much eye contact and you'll be seen as superior, threatening, or adoring...

And lots of men who aren't shy say they would be hugely flattered and pleased if a woman made the first move.

There's nothing to say you have to be predatory, it could be as casual as suggesting the two of you meet for coffee - and it very much lays the foundations for a relationship where you're equals."6.

Now I just wonder as to Hyun Bin’s romantic end game – his most famous ex-girlfriend Song Hye Kyo found her own happily ever after with Song Joong Ki – so will Hyun Bin marry late like Lee Byung Hun and Jang Dong Gun, or end up eternally an eligible bachelor like Jung Woo Sung and Lee Jung Jae.

For those of us who are used to a lifestyle of either being in a relationship at all times or at least having a date set up for the future, the idea of taking a break from dating might seem far out, but it could be a solution to a lot of your dating problems.

Online dating and singles events are a great way to meet new people - and if you think online dating is for the desperate or odd, it's time to think again."Over 60% of singles have tried online dating, so you can't class that many as 'odd'! "Of course, in any large mix of people there will be a few weirdos, but most online daters are busy professionals who just don't have time to meet people in bars and clubs."3.

You always have to agree on things"If you don't have the same views and interests it's never going to work out."Why you should break it: When we first get together, it's only natural to look for areas of common interest and experience - but there is bound to come a day when you hit upon a subject you don't agree on.

Unless that subject represents a major conflict in values or life choices, such as whether or not you want children, there's no reason why you can't agree to disagree."Opposites attract for a good reason - and dating someone who has different views to your own can be challenging and exciting in a good way," says James.