Glenn Wilson

Introducing Body Language

An INTRODUCING PRACTICAL GUIDE to understanding the body language of others and being aware of your own. INTRODUCING BODY LANGUAGE explains how to read other people and how to be more aware of what you are saying with your own body language. This easy to read guide teaches you how to understand non-verbal messages, dealing separately with different parts of the body, such as facial expressions, posture and hand movements.
166 printed pages
Original publication


    Yu Liiashared an impression8 months ago
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    Not only listing of well known facts, but supporting misogyny and toxic gender stereotypes

    Johnny Longshared an impression3 years ago

    Was interesting. Definitely gonna reread a couple chapters too make sure I remember it.

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    Ninohas quoted8 months ago
    ave been spotted
    Yu Liiahas quoted10 months ago
    Where body language conflicts with the words that are being said, the body language will usually be the more ‘truthful’ in the sense of revealing true feelings
    Marijahas quotedlast year
    Reasons for growing a beard
    Convenience – dispenses with daily ritual.
    Sexually attractive to some women.
    Increase in gravitas – to look older and wiser.
    Look more masculine and heroic.
    To conceal emotional expressions.
    Reasons for shaving
    Hygiene – easier to keep face clean.
    More attractive to some women.
    Look younger.
    Look more respectable/trustworthy.
    More emotionally expressive.

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