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Body Language 101: The Ultimate Guide to Knowing When People Are Lying, How They Are Feeling, What They Are Thinking, and More Paperback – November 17, 2008
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The negatives: The photos of the gestures don't need explaining.
You'll learn astonishing body language signs like
(1): If someone raises their arm, they are greeting you.
(2): When someone is surprised, their eyebrows raise, their eyes widen, and they make an 'O' mouth.
(3): When someone is sad, the corners of their mouth move down. When happy, the corners go up.
(4): If a man drapes his leg over a chair, it means he's indifferent to your opinion.
(5): If a woman smiles at a man and then lowers her head, leans towards him, and strokes her leg, it means she's interested in him.
(6): People often greet each other by extending arms and shaking the hand. But in some cultures, they hug.
You won't learn anything from this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Book gives insight into what body movements like crossing of arms and legs, tossing of heads, rolling of eyes, reveals about what the squiggled is real thinking. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Frank
A bit less than what I was hoping for. Many of the conclusions seemed pretty intuitive and not much new. Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Petrick
This book offers a ton of insight into body language. You think you know a lot about body language but this book explains and talks about things you've never thought of. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kristen
The book overall was pretty good. Some parts were better than others. I enjoyed the pictures and dialogue that explained it.Published 1 month ago by Terri Geeslin
I haven't had a chance to read to much into it yet. I'll update this once I actually do.Published 1 month ago by Kd7ctv