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The Definitive Book of Body Language by Allan Pease
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Feb 13, 09

it was amazing

I admit to this snarky behavior, I love to study people! This book was very interesting and certainly I will look at everyone differently. I am a people watcher and have always been good at spotting the 'real' situation in any room. Now I understand why I can go past what I hear and see what's true, for those of you that can't or those who want to improve decoding people, this is a must read. I will admit I have learned more. This book touches on human beings body language, such as how we cross our legs, touch our face, put things to our mouth such as pen chewing, etc. It decodes even the way we talk with our hands and what it means. There is some info too on hand gestures that the western world uses that offends in other countries. I highly enjoyed this novel and look forward to reading other books written by Allan and Barbara Pease. It must have been a ball researching for thid book.
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