body language

Experts share 6 nonverbal cues to pay attention to when you're meeting someone new.
Body language experts say couples who are headed for a split almost always do these things.
It's happened to all of us. You're driving along, minding your own business and suddenly you see blue lights flashing behind
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Here are a few things you'll want to know before Monday night. Why? Boiled down, when men scowl, as we see plenty of from
As kids, we were taught this by our parents, by our social and peer structures. And, for one reason or another, we were taught
Interpersonal cues -- body language, facial expressions, voice tone and pitch -- are great indicators of what is going on during an interpersonal exchange. Think of these cues as a starting point, a spark, to assess the situation; but, don't draw an iron clad conclusion based exclusively on your individual interpretation of their meaning.
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The emblematic slip I have seen most often in my research on lying is a fragment of the shrug emblem, denoting 'inability
In order to address possible insecurities or fractures in the freelancer-client relationship, it's important to develop positive language that helps the client feel optimistic about the project and about your communication.
Mr. Trump, you're doing a great job of stirring people up. But get real. You're no body language expert. You've got the money hire one. Next time do it before you open your mouth. You're making yourself sound ridiculous.
We hope parents and educators find this list of action items and teaching tools helpful, and that together we can help create a generation of children who have less rape and sexual assault in their lives.
One key to successful negotiation is creating a deep feeling of connection with the person you are communicating with. Think about it. Don't people say yes much more often when they're already comfortable with you?