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Pages: 192

Language: English

Publisher: Collins (1 Aug. 2005)

By: Carolyn Boyes(Author)

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This one-stop practical guide will show you how to understand what other people are really feeling – even before they do! To make your progress easier, it comes in a handy format with colour photos and expert advice throughout.

If you cross your legs are you relaxed or tense? What does it mean if you stroke your chin? Do you know the meaning behind a friend lowering their eyebrows? Would you know how to greet an inhabitant of Greenland? How would you subliminally show ownership of your brand-new car or house?

This book will answer all these questions and more. It’s fully illustrated with colour photographs which show hundreds of gestures, postures and ‘attitudes’.

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Customer reviews:

  • By Kindle Customer on 5 June 2017

    Not a bad book but there is better books for this out there that make body language easier to understand.

  • By Mrs VB on 22 May 2010

    I ordered this over a year ago, read it from cover to cover & still go back to it very often to brush up on my body language interpretation skills! It is such an interesting read & even has pictures to demonstate different actions (sounds patronising but trust me, it's not!)

  • By Mildred Crumb on 22 March 2011

    I bought this book because I am a fiction writer and I thought a desktop reference to body language is a very useful thing, and this book is perfect for it. It is simple, set out into logical chapters and best of all it has many photographs that allow the reader to see what emotions look like. I admit if you are really looking for something in-depth this book may not provide it, but for hobbyists and those who are just interested in reading body language this book is great.

  • By G. Cottrell on 26 November 2009

    I had become redundant after 30 years with the same company and became a security officer, I found this book very helpful to my new role and socialy. It is easy to understand for a new starter and i would recomend it.

  • By Pip on 20 September 2006

    I loved this book. I had always wanted to know more about the subject and found this a great introduction and very easy to read. The photo illustrations were very helpful in demonstrating the points made in the text as well. Highly recommended to anybody starting out in the subject!

  • By Guest on 15 June 2009

    I bought this book the other day and the first impression I got was this is a very easy book to understand with lots of pictures. I have read many body language books before but all of the drawings in them don't seem very realistic unlike this book uses real photos. I would recommend this strongly if you want to know more about body language.

  • By luvstoread on 23 January 2008

    If you are looking for a body language book, look no more. This one's got just about everything you would need to know about the subject and if you use it for reading men, all the better! Another good book on dating I liked is "Dating Sense". I recommend both.

  • By E. Davies on 3 October 2008

    This book covers all the basics and beyond. Well illustrated and a very interesting read. A good all round overview of body language.

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