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The Body Language Rules: A Savvy Guide to Understanding Who's Flirting, Who's Faking, and Who's Really Interested

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A young, fresh approach to the body language category, from an author who honed her skills working in the modeling industry

The Body Language Rules is a breakthrough in body language books. Unlike other guides that only focus on business uses, this book takes a fresh approach by showing readers how to decode body language for social, dating, and other practical purposes.

Paperback, 393 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by Sourcebooks (first published 2009)
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One of the better body language books that I have read. It does not focus solely on the business setting. It covers love families and other relations. A section on the front line worker was outstanding. All the years working with the public and no one ever suggesting how to do it properly. Its main point for me was control and be aware of your own body language. The reference in the back of the book was excellent. A valuable addition to anyone interested in this subject. It needs to be reread an ...more
This is a bit better than the alternative popular books on body language. The lists are many and some are quite inane and culture-specific, but at least it's not that boring. The author even has some insightful remarks, e.g. that reading body language is more like "cognitive algebra" than an exact science. Other than that there's actually very little to take away from this book.
Albert Acejo
Interesting. Needs more application examples. Sound theoretical background unlike other books that claim outrageous details.
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