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  • not easy to read someone's body language, especially if you're unsure or not, expressive experts agree that communication is 80% of our body language and not what we say, body language is a way in which we can get an understanding of how someone truly feels.

    要讀懂別人的肢體語言並不容易,尤其是在你不確定或不確定的情況下,表達能力強的專家同意,溝通80%是我們的肢體語言,而不是我們所說的,肢體語言是一種方式,我們可以瞭解某人的真實感受。

  • So how can you read someone's body language more efficiently?

    那麼,你如何才能更有效地閱讀別人的身體語言呢?

  • Let's explore that.

    讓我們來探討一下這個問題。

  • Here are six ways to read someone's body language.

    以下是閱讀某人身體語言的六種方法。

  • Number one, recognize their normal behavior and personality.

    第一,承認他們的正常行為和個性。

  • First.

    首先。

  • You can't read someone effectively if you don't know how they normally act first, each of us have our own unique mannerisms and behaviors that reflect our personality.

    如果你不先了解他們通常的行為方式,你就無法有效地讀懂一個人,我們每個人都有自己獨特的舉止和行為,反映了我們的個性。

  • It's important to get a baseline for how someone acts before jumping to conclusions.

    在下結論之前,對某人的行為方式有一個基準線是很重要的。

  • If you notice someone is nervously tapping their foot at your party, does that mean they have something to hide?

    如果你注意到有人在你的聚會上緊張地敲打他們的腳,這是否意味著他們有什麼東西要隱藏?

  • Or do they just not like parties or simply have a habit of tapping their foot?

    還是他們只是不喜歡聚會,或者只是有敲打腳的習慣?

  • Focus on where their eyes go?

    專注於他們的眼睛所到之處?

  • When in a discussion with someone pay a little attention to the direction their eyes are lingering.

    在與人討論時,稍微注意一下他們的目光所停留的方向。

  • Are they focused on you?

    他們是否專注於你?

  • Are they observing the room?

    他們在觀察這個房間嗎?

  • Are they looking at their feet?

    他們在看自己的腳嗎?

  • If someone is giving you their full attention, they're likely interested in what you have to say.

    如果有人全神貫注地看著你,他們很可能對你說的東西感興趣。

  • If they're staring you down though with a bit of a furrowed brow, then they may be a bit upset or trying to intimidate you.

    如果他們盯著你,雖然眉頭有點皺,那麼他們可能有點不高興或試圖恐嚇你。

  • Of course, when someone often drifts their gaze from your eyes, they may be distracted or hoping for the conversation to end and some people simply don't like maintaining eye contact for too long.

    當然,當某人經常將目光從你的眼睛上移開時,他們可能會分心或希望談話結束,而且有些人根本不喜歡保持太長時間的目光接觸。

  • So this is why it's important to know someone's normal before you jump to too many strong conclusions.

    所以這就是為什麼在你得出太多強烈的結論之前,瞭解一個人的正常情況很重要。

  • How often does this person you're talking to blink?

    與你交談的這個人多長時間眨一次眼?

  • If someone is rapidly blinking, they may feel uncomfortable with the conversation, pupil size can be a cue sign into whether someone is interested in what you have to say.

    如果有人快速眨眼,他們可能對談話感到不舒服,瞳孔大小可以是一個提示信號,表明某人是否對你說的東西感興趣。

  • Our emotions can cause our pupils to change in his eyes when someone has very dilated eyes that may show that they're highly interested in what you have to say or even attracted to you, just pay attention to the lighting of the room.

    我們的情緒會使我們的瞳孔發生變化,在他的眼睛裡,當有人的眼睛非常放大時,可能表明他們對你說的東西非常感興趣,甚至被你吸引,只要注意房間的燈光。

  • Before you jump to conclusions, their pupils could be dilated simply due to a dimly lit room, notice their posture, how someone holds themselves can reveal a lot about them.

    在你下結論之前,他們的瞳孔可能僅僅因為房間光線昏暗而放大,注意他們的姿勢,一個人如何保持自己可以揭示他們的很多情況。

  • Maybe they hold their head high because they've had a good day or maybe they're slumping in their seat because they didn't quite get a full night's sleep.

    也許他們昂首挺胸,因為他們度過了美好的一天,也許他們在座位上耷拉著腦袋,因為他們沒有睡足一覺。

  • Notice if someone holds their head high in a manner of confidence or maybe they have a strong ego and puff out their chest, Judith orloff MD notes that walking in an indecisive manner with your head low and coward could be a sign of low self esteem.

    注意是否有人以自信的方式昂首挺胸,或者也許他們有強烈的自我,挺起胸膛,朱迪思-奧洛夫醫學博士指出,以優柔寡斷的方式低頭走路,膽小怕事,可能是自尊心低下的表現。

  • In some cases, posture can reveal much on how someone is feeling for the day too.

    在某些情況下,姿態也可以揭示一個人一天的感覺如何。

  • So keep an eye out if they're falling asleep in their chair during class?

    所以要注意他們上課時是否在椅子上睡著了?

  • Safe to say they're sleepy?

    可以說他們很困嗎?

  • What are their lips doing another way to get a read on someone is to be aware of their lips and what they're doing when they aren't the ones talking.

    他們的嘴脣在做什麼?另一種瞭解某人的方法是注意他們的嘴脣,以及當他們不說話時他們在做什麼。

  • If they're biting their lip or chewing their bottom lip, they could be nervous or worried.

    如果他們咬著嘴脣或咀嚼下脣,他們可能是緊張或擔心。

  • If someone's mouth is hearted faintly, then they're likely comfortable and relaxed.

    如果某人的嘴是心虛的,那麼他們很可能是舒適和放鬆的。

  • A sign of fear can be when one's lips quiver.

    恐懼的跡象可以是一個人的嘴脣顫抖。

  • This could also be a sign that they're feeling sad, compressed lips could mean they're a bit uneasy with the situation.

    這也可能是他們感到悲傷的跡象,壓縮的嘴脣可能意味著他們對這種情況有點不安。

  • Hearst lips could also mean they disapprove of what's going on around them or that they don't trust you biting their own lips could also mean that they're flirting with you.

    咬嘴脣也可能意味著他們不贊成周圍發生的事情,或者他們不信任你 咬自己的嘴脣也可能意味著他們在和你調情。

  • Pay attention to what they're wearing.

    注意他們的穿著。

  • According to personality psychologists at the University of texas.

    根據德克薩斯大學的人格心理學家的說法。

  • Sam Gosling, we should notice what people choose to tell us about their appearance.

    薩姆-高斯林,我們應該注意人們選擇告訴我們他們的外表。

  • Gosling calls these signs, identity claims and they can include little things like what we wear tattoos, bumper stickers to even our screensaver Gosling explains that identity claims are deliberate statements we make about our attitudes, goals, values, etcetera.

    高斯林稱這些標誌為身份主張,它們可以包括一些小東西,如我們穿的紋身、保險槓貼紙,甚至我們的屏保。高斯林解釋說,身份主張是我們對我們的態度、目標、價值觀等所作的刻意聲明。

  • These are deliberate choices.

    這些都是深思熟慮的選擇。

  • So pay attention to what people want to convey about themselves.

    所以要注意人們想要傳達的關於自己的資訊。

  • Look out for particular facial expressions.

    注意特殊的面部表情。

  • There are a few common facial expressions that can give way to what someone is really thinking or feeling when someone's jaw is clenched and they grind their teeth, That can be a sign of tension, Someone may feel bitter angry or contempt If their lips are pursed, deep frown lines forming, you can bet they're worried or over thinking.

    有幾種常見的面部表情可以讓人知道某人真正的想法或感覺,當某人的下巴緊閉,磨牙時,這可能是緊張的跡象,某人可能感到痛苦憤怒或蔑視,如果他們的嘴脣緊閉,形成深深的皺紋,你可以打賭他們在擔心或過度思考。

  • I want to know if someone is genuinely smiling in delight, look for what is called the Duchenne smile according to health line.

    我想知道一個人是否真的在高興地笑,根據健康線,尋找所謂的杜氏微笑。

  • This occurs when the zygomatic major muscle lift the corners of your mouth at the same time.

    當顴骨大肌同時抬起嘴角時就會出現這種情況。

  • The orbit polaris.

    軌道上的北極星。

  • Och yeah, my muscles lift your cheeks and crinkle your eyes at the corners basically it's the type of smile that reaches up to your eyes, causing those wrinkles by your eyes known as crow's feet to appear.

    哦,是的,我的肌肉抬起你的臉頰,皺起你的眼角,基本上是那種伸向你的眼睛的微笑,導致你的眼睛旁出現那些被稱為魚尾紋的皺紋。

  • This type of smile appears when someone is genuinely happy as opposed to a polite and kind smile or even a forced smile.

    這種類型的微笑是在某人真正高興時出現的,而不是禮貌和善意的微笑,甚至是強迫的微笑。

  • And there could be an easier way to interpret different smiles.

    而且可以有一種更容易的方式來解釋不同的微笑。

  • Cardiff University's Magdalena right, Alaska and her colleagues of researchers developed a classification of smiles and their effect on others.

    卡迪夫大學的馬格達萊納-右,阿拉斯加和她的研究人員同事開發了一個關於微笑及其對他人影響的分類。

  • With the help of a complex modeling program used in 2017 when you're giving positive feedback, you can often show what Alaska calls the reward smile.

    在2017年使用的複雜建模程序的幫助下,當你給予積極的反饋時,你經常可以表現出阿拉斯加所謂的獎勵性微笑。

  • This is when your lips are naturally pulled directly upwards, your eyebrows lift and you form small dimples at the sides of your mouth.

    這時你的嘴脣會自然地直接向上拉,你的眉毛會抬起來,你的嘴邊會形成小酒窩。

  • The dominant smile is used when one communicates friendship and liking this includes pressing your lips together along with an appearance of small dimples.

    主導性微笑是在交流友誼和喜歡的時候使用的,這包括把你的嘴脣壓在一起,同時出現小酒窩。

  • If you happen to notice someone you've been recently talking to using the dominant smile, they may just be trying to tell you that they want to be your friend if you watched all the way.

    如果你碰巧注意到最近與你交談的人使用主導性微笑,他們可能只是想告訴你,如果你一路看下去,他們想成為你的朋友。

  • Hopefully this was a good one.

    希望這是個好主意。

  • Oh one body language.

    哦,一個身體語言。

  • Crash course for you.

    為你提供的速成課程。

  • We also have a video here on sign.

    我們在這裡也有一個關於標誌的視頻。

  • Someone is highly attracted to you.

    有人對你有強烈的吸引力。

  • Feel free to check it out.

    請隨意查看。

not easy to read someone's body language, especially if you're unsure or not, expressive experts agree that communication is 80% of our body language and not what we say, body language is a way in which we can get an understanding of how someone truly feels.

要讀懂別人的肢體語言並不容易,尤其是在你不確定或不確定的情況下,表達能力強的專家同意,溝通80%是我們的肢體語言,而不是我們所說的,肢體語言是一種方式,我們可以瞭解某人的真實感受。

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