The Body Language Advantage: Maximize Your Personal and Professional Relationships with this Ultimate Photo Guide to Deciphering

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Fair Winds Press, Oct 1, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 174 pages
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Do you want to know what is really going on in someone else’s head? Are you looking for answers as to what makes people tick, whether they’re lying or telling the truth, or what their real relationship status is?

Find out all this and more with The Body Language Advantage, your secret weapon to understanding and using non-verbal communication for improved relationships, personal success, and more.

Author and world-renowned body language and communication expert Dr. Lillian Glass shows you how to accurately analyze a person’s behavior and character in just a few simple, subtle steps, so in no time at all, you’ll know more about that complete stranger across the room than his friends and family probably do—and he’ll be none the wiser! And you can use your skills anywhere—from the interview room, to the bar, to your own home.

Through full-color photos and straightforward instruction, Dr. Glass will teach you how to expertly examine all aspects of body language, from facial expression and movement, to body posture and behavior, to other elements such as voice tone and speech content, so you can get the whole picture quickly and efficiently, and use it to inform your own reactions and decisions.

Get the answers you’re looking for and learn how to communicate more powerfully and pointedly than ever before with The Body Language Advantage.


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Lillian Glass, Ph.D., is a world-renowned body language and communication expert. She is the official body language expert for Dancing with the Stars, Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker, The Nancy Grace Show, Dr. Phil, Entertainment Tonight, and The Insider. She has her own monthly body language column in Cosmopolitan magazine and her body language commentary has been seen on MSNBC and CNN, and publications such as US Weekly, In Touch, Life and Style, The Globe, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, and other magazines and newspapers around the world.

Dr. Glass also uses her expertise in the law enforcement and legal fields. She has served as an expert witness in the area of vocal forensics and behavioral analysis in criminal and civil trials in both state and federal court. As a jury consultant who also assists in witness preparation, her skills have been invaluable to attorneys.

The author of many books, including the bestseller Toxic People, Dr. Glass is a sought-after speaker who lectures worldwide on the topics of body language, improving communication skills, dealing with toxic people, and gender differences in communication. Dr. Glass also writes a popular blog (, as well as a body language blog in Psychology Today, where she discusses the body language of newsmakers. She lives in Los Angeles, CA.

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