Interpreting Body Language

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When interpreting body language, remember that actions speak louder than words, so pay attention to the way the other person reacts to their personal space being filled. Find out why folded arms are a sign of disinterest with help from a relationship coach in this free video on dating tips and relationship advice.

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Hi I'm Donna Barnes. I'm a Life and Relationship Coach and the owner of NY Dating Coach in New York City. In this clip we'll talk about interpreting body language so I think you all know that actions speak louder than words and that you can be saying one thing while your body is saying something really different so if you can really get tuned into that then you can really get a better sense of what someone is really thinking but some of them are hard to read. You know sometimes like you know if you are looking away a lot sometimes it can mean you are shy or it could also mean that you are being dishonest or that you are disinterested so I think if you really pay close attention to the person then you'll have a better chance of interpreting what is really going on. Obviously if they lean into you and they are wanting to get close to you then that is a sign that they trust you and that they're interested in you and that they want to get closer to you. If they are leaning back and moving away from you then they are not interested in you and those are very basic ones but if you close your arms off and it puts a barrier between you and the other person, don't be too literal on exact motions because like I said it can be several different meanings behind something, you know sometimes a very attractive person who is shy and uncomfortable gets labeled stuck up and not wanting to talk when that is not what the case is at all so take a deeper look inside. This is Donna Barnes from New York City.


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