Habits in body language that you should avoid
1- Stand flabby
Standing flabby indicates a low level of self-confidence and seriousness. If you are standing flabby, it will appear as if you lack self-confidence. If you do not fix your standing position, standing may become a habit and you will do so even if you are not in a position that makes you feel uncomfortable, and many people see this position as a sign of low self-esteem.
2 - Sitting with the legs on top of each other, or the arms on top of each other
Some people may get used to this way of sitting and do not know that it indicates that he is not interested in the person he is sitting with, and also this position makes the other party feel as if he is not interacting with him or not interested in hearing his speech and feels uncomfortable with him. It is best to sit in the usual natural position with the legs slightly apart.
3 - Fidgeting
It is through the movements that a person makes in nervous situations to calm himself, which is like moving the hand in the hair or moving the ring in the hand a lot, or pressing the fingers or shaking the feet constantly or looking a lot at the watch, all movements indicate a feeling of boredom from the position that we pass with it .
4 - Rub the neck
Doing this movement suggests to the other party that you are upset with him and do not want to talk to him or that you do not like talking to him, it is better to avoid this movement, especially in situations that require it.
5 - Biting nails
It is a movement that will leave a bad impression on some people about the person who is biting their nails, and it may be disgusting to others, and make the person seem tense about something.
Nails biting is completely unhealthy and can distort the appearance of nails, but it is the cause of the transfer of bacteria from hand to mouth directly.
6- Eye contact
Eye language has many connotations and through it you can know the condition of any person, so what is meant by eye contact is to look into the eyes of the person who is sitting with him. The other party appears to be aggressive and makes him feel uncomfortable with you, so it is best to rely on long and intermittent looks from time to time.
7 - Dispersion
Although you are interested in the person talking to you, but you seem distracted, this indicates a lack of respect, such as looking at the ceiling while someone talks to you, or looking and focusing with anything else while he is talking, this will make him feel that you do not respect him and do not appreciate his value, so looking at the person What he talks to you is important to make him feel valued and that you care.
8 - Continuously moving eyes
Continuous eye movement is a clear sign of disrespect. Moving your eyes while talking to someone is a sign that you are bored or upset with that person. And when the conversation directed to you by your friend, boss, or even a stranger requires you to interact with him, it is best to avoid moving eyes so that others do not feel offended and disrespected.
9 - Do not forget to smile
Smiling is something we forget to do often, especially in formal situations, but smiling is a great way to show confidence and openness. Smiling helps others feel more positive and open to you in general, which increases the feeling of comfort when talking to you. Try to maintain your smile often so that others do not avoid you.
10 - Excessive calm
When you are very calm, this may make it seem that you are not interested in talking to someone else or hearing what they have to say. The calm can make other people feel uncomfortable talking to you. Try to show you the real enthusiasm of the person talking to you. This can help you form a more positive impression of you from the other person.