Gesture. "Laying your head on your partner’s shoulder or chest is a sweet gesture. By doing this, you’re saying 'I feel close to you, I trust you, I want to be close to you.' This motion can also occur in parent-child relationships, so that gives it an element of supportiveness, too. ‘You’re leaning on someone you trust and may want to be comforted by,” reports Women’s Health.
Walking ahead. If you’ve noticed your partner has the habit of walking significantly ahead of you, it means they aren’t totally in sync with you. Instead of waiting for your they are moving at their own pace, which could suggest they may want some more independence.
No connection. "If one spouse consistently walks several feet ahead of the other, it can be an expression of hostility, or at least a lack of connection. They're not tuned in to each other, and they don't particularly care,” says expert Stella Resnick, as reported by Redbook.