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I Can Read You Like a Book by Maryann Karinch, Gregory Hartley

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CHAPTER 3

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To learn to read body language, you will use a piecemeal approach in the beginning, and then move to a holistic evaluation. Many pieces of body language are an amalgamation of small signs and movements, both voluntary and involuntary. In learning to read body language, therefore, you have to build up from the segments in order to make sense of the whole picture. Jointly and separately, eyebrows, eyes, mouth, skin tone, limbs, fingers, and toes can convey emotions. Think of these bits of body language as the words in a sentence: It makes a lot of sense if you know all the words, but you’re only guessing if you have every other word.

To get good at reading body language, go out and do the “R” over ...

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