Articles in the Body Language Category
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Up to 80% of what we communicate is nonverbal,” says Joe Navarro, a former FBI agent turned nonverbal communication expert and author of What Every Body Is Saying.
Body language is hardwired into our brains, and therefore most often used in unconscious movements. Female body language is not all that different from male body language, however there are a few noticeable differences in female body language that both sexes can make note of.
Check out the physical cues listed below to learn just what her eyes and hips are saying even if her …
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A smile is a human facial expression with the upward contours at the ends of your mouth. Every so often, it may not be mouth that is telling of a smile; it may just be that shine in your eyes. For this reason, it is very possible to use a smile to speak a thousand words.
Smiling also has a real impact on your physiology.
There are 2 major types of smile:
The Genuine Smile
A genuine smile involves the whole face including the eyes. Genuine, warm, and friendly smile originates from bottom of …
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Many people ask for whether it is straightforward to fully understand body language. All of us know the proverb: “actions speak louder than words.” In this article is an example: you’re about to meet up with a stranger person or meeting a positive person. Your important first impressions and positive attitude are created up of all you see. Their visual appeal and the firs impression, the way they walk or sit give as a lot of important signs.
It’s named body language – the non-verbal actions and events that you just …