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What ways do you express yourself?

What does your body language say about your communication in the presence of others?

How aware are you when it comes to reading another person’s facial expression and body language in your communication?

Communication isn’t all about words and feelings, there’s another part: facial expression and body language.

The nonverbal part of communication is just as important.

You might say one thing, but your facial expression and body language can show the other person that you mean something else.

You might lie and tell the person you are happy to see them, but your body language might say something completely different. Especially if your body and feet are moving away from them.

You might have a smile on your face because you are in a crowd with other people, but under that smile of yours you might be doing something like telling your husband off.

I have done this so many times that no one can tell that I am mad at my husband unless they see my eyes because I haven’t quite learned how not to glare when I’m upset with him.

What do you do when you’re upset with someone and don’t want others to know?

You might be one of those people that crosses your arms. I certainly do and I have come to learn that when I do that it generally means I am not comfortable, especially in a room of strangers.

What about you? Why do you cross your arms?

I have learned that when I am frustrated or overwhelmed my face goes flat, eyes glaze over, and I have mentally checked out.

When I see my mom furrows her eyebrows that generally means that she is frustrated and overwhelmed. I can generally tell how frustrated and overwhelmed she is feeling by how hard she furrows her eyebrows.

What about you? What facial expression do you have when you are frustrated or overwhelmed?

Here are two nonverbal expressions that might give away how you feel without you realizing it:

Nonverbal #1 Facial expression

Your face sometimes says it all.

Nonverbal #2 Body language

Your body language may communicate how you really feel.

The next time you are in a communication situation, and you want to express yourself or understand the nonverbal communication with someone you are communicating with, just remember to watch face and body.

Nonverbal #1 Facial expression

Nonverbal #2 Body language

If you are driven to communicate with confidence, have your messages, be heard and understood, and repair any communication breakdown in your personal communication relationship, then you should take a look at my ebook 5 Strategies For Effective Companion Communication! Grab your free copy by signing up below:

Warm regards,

Grace CW Liu
Communication Navigator


Grace CW Liu believes there is a solution to every problem including communication and conversation problems. Everyone can find the solution they seek by using the guidance of grace that is in you, with the grace of spiritual support, and Grace –me– as your Communication Navigator and support system.

My passion is to help sensitive, conflict-phobic, and introverted women have effective communication so they feel valued and heard in any conversation.

Through studying and observations, I’ve realized why communication breakdown occurs and the solutions to solving those problems. I’ve presented these solutions so that communicative partners can achieve effective communication!

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