Dangerous Body Language

“Sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” We’ve all heard that saying. Words do hurt of course. But before a situation climaxes to any type of verbal or physical engagement, there is body language. When someone picks a fight, words are not always used. When words are used, there…

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Body Language Louder Than Words

Think for a few seconds. If you’re around people, stop and look around. Take a moment and observe the people walking by you or sitting at the tables near you. Most of the time, you don’t need to listen to their conversations or ask them what they’re thinking or trying to communicate. Directly or indirectly,…

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Body Language in Marriages

Body language is key in getting together with all kinds of people. It helps you make friends (or enemies). It can lead you into a romantic involvement, too. If that association becomes a marriage, you can use body language to maintain and strengthen your relationship with your mate. When you are in a happy relationship…

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Body Language in American Politics

Body language plays a big part in all communication. We can hardly say anything without expressing more through the movements of our faces and bodies. It’s no wonder, then, that body language has been displayed in American Politics. When George Washington crossed the Delaware, according to the famous painting, he was showing a body language…

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Body Language Basics

People understand the concept of body language but don’t really have a one-stop source for reference. In this article, I will attempt to share body language basics. This article will not be an exhaustive or detailed description of body language basics, but it will be a good reference to turn to when you are trying…

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