Interpreting The Language Of The Body: A Guide To Reading People And Understanding Facial Expression, Types Of Verbal Communication And Non by Mary T. Wyatt

Interpreting The Language Of The Body: A Guide To Reading People And Understanding Facial…

byMary T. Wyatt

Kobo ebook | October 7, 2012

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People use on an average, 50% body language to 50% verbal language when communicating. It is often called the art of subtle communication because so much can be said in a gesture or expression more than what mere words can.

The use of body language often goes to the wayside when not in use. Like the saying goes, if you don’t use it, you lose it, or in the least, get real rusty at it. The more you try to use and learn how to pick up on body language signals, the better you will get at it. If you don’t get it the first time, then continue to try and keep trying. People-watching is a great way to brush up on your ability to read body language - go to a mall and just sit on a bench and try.

There are several main types of body language and two of the most common types that people can pick up on easily are romantic and greeting body language. Other forms of body language are aggressive, attentive, bored, closed, deceptive, defensive, dominant, emotional, evaluating, open, power, ready, relaxed and submissive. In this book, we will look at each category and explain the signals used in each.

Communication through all forms is critical in life. Half the time, body language is used to express our needs and feelings eloquently. Half the time, it is the key to making a special connection with other people and of forming healthy relationships.

Title:Interpreting The Language Of The Body: A Guide To Reading People And Understanding Facial…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 7, 2012Publisher:KMS PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990006093735

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