Self Improvement of Relationship Skills Through Body Language

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Llumina Press, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 228 pages
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Body language is critical in relationships. Based on up-to-date research, this book teaches how to identify the signals used to express feelings and thoughts. Improve self-presentation and self-image, learn to heal dysfunctional relationships, and improve courtship and persuasion skills.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Interpersonal Relationships
5
The Importance of Body Language
11
Gender Distinctions
19
Intuition
25
Timing and Rhythm
27
Body Language and The Senses
31
Common Expressions
39
Romantic Relationships
131
Openness Gestures
137
Relationships and Deception
143
Buyers and Sellers
151
Group Relationships
155
Employment Relationships
159
Listening
163
Survival in a Crowd
167

Faces
55
Laughter
61
Smiling
63
Elective Body Language
67
Nonelective Body Language
89
Appearances and Culture
99
Posture
101
Walking The Walk
105
Eyes Only
109
A Leg Up
115
Hand Jive
117
Head Moves
123
Body Angles
125
Space Usage
127
Seating
171
Smoke Signals
175
Special Environments
177
Tall Talk
183
Disfluency
193
Word Choices
197
Negative Body Language
201
Aggressive Body Language
203
Villains
207
Tyrants and Egomaniacs
215
Bipolar and Autistic Disorder
219
Epilogue
223
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