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FIND WHAT OTHERS THINKING AROUND YOU

You’ve probably wondered how convenient life would be if you could read other people's minds. Some people use their intuition for this but if you're not so perceptive there's only one choice left learning to read people's body language.


We get over 55% of information through nonverbal communication like facial expressions gestures and other body movements. Here we mention some psychology tricks to read anyone like a book.....

Closing their eyes: 


If a person is talking to you in closing their eyes, you should know that they're trying to hide from the outside world. This doesn't mean that the person is scared of you most likely give mentally walked out of the conversation with you and if they close their eyes you disappear.

Covering their mouths: 


This is use lot from childhood. Do you remember covering your mouth when you didn't want to tell mom what happened to that broken faith? Well, this habit follows for adult’s life too. A few fingers a palm or even a fist near the mouth helps us hold back the words we don't want to let out. Sometimes this gesture is even despised by fake laughing.

Chewing on their glasses: 


If you see someone chewing on the earpieces of their glasses try having a heart to heart with them picturing the month. They definitely subconsciously worried about something. Trying to feel safe as they did when their mom was breastfeeding them. By the way, a pencil and cigarettes and even chewing gum in the mouth can indicate the same thing.

Presenting their face: 
Generally speaking, this gestures used to attract people of the opposite sex. When we rest our chins on our hands sort of presenting our faces as if to say this is me enjoy as much as you want. A man should remember this gesture if they want to catch the moment and complement a lady at the right time.

Rubbing their chin:


This is what people do when they're trying to make a decision. they might be looking down up to the site anywhere you don't even know what they're looking at because of it deep in thought. so if you see your friend doing this ask them what's on their mind.

Crossed arms: 


This is one of the most popular gestures and it's no wonder many people feel really comfortable in this position because it's a consciously shut them off from others. Often use this gesture when you irritated by something Crossed arms are a clear sign that a person is not feeling it today. If you want to talk to someone making a next with their arms across their chest forget about.

Fixing their posture: 
When a woman wants a man to notice her she tries to present herself in the best way possible. she straightens her back to emphasize her breasts she may also cross her legs hands together and hang down are a sign of the tension and huge interest in the person.

Leaning forward: 


When people like someone and want to get to know them they usually lean forward. In this position, the legs might stay but the body into a degree moves forward. you can really notice this body movement in a group of people. A person consciously leans in the direction of the man or woman they like. So next time you've had a party sit back or forward if you've got your eye on someone and enjoy the show.

Leaning back: 
Now let's look at the opposite situation. If someone sits back in their chair they’re showing that they're tired of the conversation and don't want to keep it going. They might feel uncomfortable in the presence of the other person. Next time you're in a restaurant see if you can spot people who are not so into the conversation they're having at the moment.

Swinging from their heels to their toes: 



That's right not only kids do it. this shows that has a person felt anxious about something. However, if a person doesn't swing back and forth but bounces up and down on their toes. It might be a sign that they're feeling confident. If they look happy in her smiling this guess saves back.

Rubbing their hands: 
It's believed that the hands broadcast with the head rubbing their hands together generally mean that a person has a positive feeling about something and they’re hopeful. We do this when we're thinking about some positive outcomes in the near future.

The ‘glove’ handshake:
While you're shaking hands with someone if that person takes your wrist with the free hand they're showing that their trust friendly and honest. This stylish shaking hand is popular among politicians. But you should remember that this handshake is often perceived as an invasion of privacy. only people who are close to each other do it genuinely. Don’t let the politicians fool you.

A handshake with a touch: 



People sometimes touch others with their free hands. they might touch your forearm elbow or back. This invasion of your personal bubble means that someone isn't getting enough attention for communication from others. the close to the touch to the torso the more the person needs company. So what's your hand shaking style? If it's one of those you just mentioned in the comment below.

Fixing their tie: 



The meaning of this gesture depends on the situation if a man does this near an attractive woman it probably means that he likes her. However, this gesture may also indicate that a person isn't feeling comfortable. maybe he has lied or just wants to get away from wherever he is right now.

Collecting imaginary Lint: 
This is also called displacement gesture people. often use it to express that they disagree with something but they don't want to voice their disagreement. In other words, they don't express their opinion clearly but showed in a hidden way.

Eye contact: 
The eyes are the windows to the soul and a great helper of communication you can read all of a person's thoughts and feelings in their eyes.


Lovers look each other in the eye hoping to see large peoples. In fact, it's very easy to notice because when someone is attracted to other Peoples can be up to four times bigger than the normal state.There.Are different types of eye contact. Each of them can tell us a lot if we know how did you call them.

Avoiding eye contact: 
Typically if a person won't look him in the eye it means they're being dishonest with them. But it also may serve as a sign of their discomfort. Thirdly people often look to the side if you're doing mental map were searching for the answer to a difficult question.

What psychological approaches do you use to read others? share your secrets in the comments below.

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