Touching the Face Body Language

Written on Monday, July 9th, 2012 by @Paul Harrison touching-face-body-language

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touching-face-body-languageTouching Nose, Mouth or Eyes while speaking: This is one of the primary signs of deception that criminal justice interviewers, infidelity private investigator and body language specialists look for when routing out deceit. Touching the face body language can be a dead give away.  We touch a hand to one of these areas when feeling stressed during speech, which is a big clue that someone is lying.  A person may also grab at their earlobe in a similar display of deception in what is called the “hear no evil” gesture.

Resting Head on Hand: Here’s a gesture of touching the face body language you certainly don’t need a degree in body language to understand. This body language gesture is a sure sign that someone is either bored or tired.


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Paul M Harrison is a journalist and author specialising in lifestyle and relationships. The author of more than five books, you can find Paul's works via his Amazon Author Page Obviously, add him on Twitter andFacebook too.


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