When conversing with others, a person gets a “feeling” about participants whether they are speaking or not. That “feeling” is one of the nine emotions or twelve attitudes that nonverbal communication creates. Emotions and attitudes are expressed by gestures, postures, positions and distance the brain makes a person perform. They are automatic reactions. Spontaneous. Not rehearsed. Not planned.
Would you rather trust chosen words to exhibit an emotion or attitude?
Or is it wiser to choose the nonverbal communication which automatically creates that “feeling”?
Use a nonverbal communication app which combines a person’s gestures, postures, positions and distance to truthfully describe attitudes and emotions. Don’t just trust words.