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body language

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    How to Become Fluent in Body Language

    For what its worth and general interest only https://www.meetup.com/blog/how-to-become-fluent-in-body-language/ quote After so much time on Zoom, some people are experiencing a shift in their communication abilities when returning to offices, schools, and social events. The Zoom landscape has...
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    Body Language skills

    Awhile ago on here, someone mentioned the importance of body language in social skills. I want to learn more about it and the importance of it for an Aspie. I'm hoping do be more independent this year, and I'll need to have good social skills in order to live that independent life. So please...
  3. Vindicator Phoenix

    What Matters, to You, in a Conversation?

    For me, I like: warmth and sympathy noticeable body language (facial expressions, gestures, etc.) smiling/smirking eye contact slow speech people getting my attention, before speaking (instead of sneaking up on me and unloading a rant) diplomacy/democracy non-directiveness friendly voice tone...
  4. Daydreamer

    Intentional VS Unintentional Body Language.

    Body language is made up out of different gestures, some are more intentional than others. I sometimes have to show up on camera for certain projects, and my body language is...well, a bit awkward. Usually I do multiple takes until I think it looks OK. However, there have been projects where I...
  5. RiverSong

    Body Language and Job Interviews

    During my job search, I've noticed a pattern from the articles I'm reading about interviewing tips, prep, advice, etc. Many websites have advice on body language do's and don'ts during an interview. I thought, well, this might be interesting stuff to learn. Only to find out that a lot of my own...
  6. LucyPurrs

    How To Read Body Language

    Recall that some folks were discussing issues with this then received this from Aspergers from the Inside:
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