Warning! Reading body language is like listening to someone. Listed here are the possible meanings of many different body language signs. To avoid getting it wrong, please start with the short section “How Can You Read What People Think?” at the bottom of this page.
–> lack of confidence
–> could be a sign of deceit (usually the ears alos get redder)
– Resting in the hand
–> possibly bored, faked interest
– Rubbing with their forefinger
–> might not believe what they are being told
–> interested, paying attention during a conversation, if in silence, they are pensive
Mostly visible in men, a jumping Adam’s apple shows
– Touching their nose when talking
–> might be trying to hide something
– Nose flare
–> agitated, angry
– Nose twist to one side
–> disagree or dislike
– Nose wrinkle
Want To Know For Sure…?
The Golden Rule of Reading Body Language: Look for at least
another 2 or 3 signals with the same possible meaning – in
different areas of their body or communication.
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*** How Can You Read What People Think? ***
A single word, by itself, has many possible meanings. In the dictionary, you’ll find several likely meanings for each word.
To know the correct meaning, you simply look at:
– other words in the same sentence and
– the context of the sentence.
Reading body language is as simple. A body language signal by itself can mean many things.
To know which meaning is correct, you need to look at:
– other signals that could have the same meaning (at least 2 or 3) and
– the context of the situation (environment and conversation).
This is the golden rule of reading body language.