So, I've noticed a tendency in my body language and in some of my dealings with women, and I'm not sure if it's right or wrong, or if I should change it. I'm a high school student, and a lot of my gaming is done in classes, but because we have to do work and I can't game for the whole lesson, I've realized something. Let me use an example to illustrate, cause it'll be easier than explaining.
I have computers as a subject, and this year I was placed next to a hot and popular girl, who I would have been way too scared to speak to before I discovered pickup. Things have been going well for a few months, I make her laugh a lot and we've built some rapport. There's been some kino, tickling and the typical sort of high school stuff.
The problem is, I tend to turn my chair toward her, face her, get into her personal space and look at her. But sometimes while we're working and can't speak, I find myself staying in that position. So it ends up where we're working, but I'm spending time looking at her, watching what she's doing, ect even though we aren't flirting or speaking. Every now and then she'll look at me and I'll make a joke or try get her to laugh and stuff, but again, if we're working, it can't go further at that time.
From what I know and have read, this is probably bad (It seems like I'm chasing her, low value behavior ect.) but, if I turn away from her and face the PC and work, it creates a kind of invisible barrier, and it becomes difficult to break that and get back into speaking and flirting. Also I've noticed that I tend to lean in toward her when we're speaking, is this a bad thing?
This is just one example, although it happens in multiple classes with multiple girls. I'm pretty new to this, so I would really appreciate any help.