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.
Donald Trump, it seems, gets all he needs to know about the world, its people, and what goes on in the country from watching
If you're tuned in to what's happening now, you can trust your expression to align with your words & intentions to deliver a clear message.
A humorous skit featured the provocative phrase "resting bitch face" or RBF a couple of years ago and, since then, it's been
Scientists find that the "not face" is a widespread part of human language.
This is one happy horse.
Why a company would go to such extreme (and unsettling) measures to shield the emotions of their employees is a mystery. Perhaps they're taking the phrase "office drones" a bit too seriously.
When dealing with other people, it's important to be able to read their expressions. But it's just as important to understand what your facial expressions may be saying to others.
If you're not sure what your face is saying ask the people around you. If you don't like what you hear, it's worth a little practice time in front of the mirror to change things. Your face communicates your feelings, make sure it's saying something accurate.
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