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5 Tell-tale Signs of a Nervous Person

Mastering and reading body language is an extremely important skill to have in our daily interactions. Knowing how to read body language is crucial in certain situations. In specific, learning how to read body language is necessary to tell if someone is nervous. Here are some signs of a nervous person: General signs A closed or defensive stance may indicate ... Read More »

Head Tilt – What Does Each Movement Really Mean

The head can be a huge factor in one’s nonverbal communication skills. These following tips will be helpful for those seeking to improve their body language skills: Lowered Lowering one’s head signifies defense. A lowered head covers ones neck and chin, resulting in a defensive stance against external threats. A lowered head also signifies a sign of submission or defeat; ... Read More »

How Do Optical Illusions Trick Our Minds

Optical illusions are images perceived by the eye which differ from reality. Usually, optical illusions happen when information is processed in the brain that does not match with the physical representation of the object. There are three main types of optical illusions: literal optical illusions, physiological illusions, and pathological illusions. Literal optical illusions – Optical illusions that create images which are ... Read More »

Body Language: What Causes Fear and How to Control It

Fear is not caused by ghosts, spirits, or even harmful and painful events. Apparently, it’s caused by a small organ in our brain called the amygdala. This small organ triggers certain emotions and reactions depending on the stimuli one experiences. A Survival Mechanism The amygdala, an organ that sends signals to trigger certain emotions from the brain, has been wired ... Read More »

Body Language Tips and Tricks: Reading Microexpressions

It is very useful if you know how to read people’s emotions. It’s very important that you can be aware of how others are feeling especially if you’re talking to them directly. You can easily avoid having to say something that would change someone’s mood into a bad mood. In order to be good at reading people’s emotions, you have ... Read More »

The Power of Your Voice and Tips to Make the Most Out of It

Your voice plays a crucial role in engaging and captivating your audience. No matter how good your choice of words is, your voice will still be the main factor in leaving a lasting impression on your audience. Here are some tips to maximize the use of your voice. Tone Speaking in a regular, monotonous tone, without any variations in the tone, ... Read More »

Activities that will Help You Gain Confidence

Not everyone is blessed with self-confidence. There are those who are smart and knowledgeable enough but could express because they are afraid or shy to say so. Due to the lack of self confidence, they do not want to be spotted in a spotlight or exposed to the crowd. They always want to stay in their comfort zone wherein no ... Read More »

Being Sensitive to Someone Who is Depressed

Depression is a critical and a serious disorder that may happen to anyone at any age. It is treatable with the help of a medical provider and of the family. The signs and symptoms of a depressed person include irritability, feeling sad or down, loosing appetite, wanting to be alone, feeling guilty or getting drunk often. Helping or comforting a depressed ... Read More »

Tips: A Sound Mind for a Better Living

Having a healthy lifestyle should not only be limited to what a person eats or the exercises that a he does on a regular basis. It is also important that you take good care of your mind since a healthy mind contributes to a person’s overall well-being. This means that you have to strengthen you mind in being able to overcome negative ... Read More »

Tips in Managing your Temper

Anger is a natural reaction which is often triggered by external factors or occurrences such as pain or things which really upset us. Though there is nothing wrong in expressing our anger, it is not good for a person’s health. This does not mean that we should suppress our anger because that is also not healthy. There are, however, ways to manage ... Read More »

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