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Trashcanman
The Denial of Death | Ernest Becker
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Just wanted to wish everyone a great day and to my friends living in the future remember to say "bye, bye, blue Monday" I've found it to be very effective at changing absolutely nothing about your day. Today I'll be reading the tempest and the tagged book.

MommyWantsToReadHerBook I'm glad you're doing well on the new cocktail! Still much the same around here... 2d
Soubhiville Great image. I‘m glad you‘re doing well too! 2d
Mimi28 Best wishes!! 😊👍🏽😎 2d
sprainedbrain You win best picture on Litsy today! 2d
Cortg I hope you have a great day as well! 2d
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anokokona
Thinking, Fast and Slow | Daniel Kahneman

We are far willing to reject the belief that much of what we see in life is random.

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Tianarose
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Chai Latte 🥰🥰

hermyknee I love that mug! And chai lattes, yum! 2d
scowler1 Nice cow. 2d
Tianarose @scowler1 thank you! My cousin painted it. 2d
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zefmii
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Very busy week, I couldn't yet finish this one. But the weekend is here!!! 🤗 🤗🙌 🙌
Sorry about the #spanish edition, I'm a #Spaniard
#weekend #perfecttimetoread

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BookishJess
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#7days7covers #covercrush Day 1
7 days, 7 covers you love, no explanation. Try to tag someone new each day.

Want to join @Jenken1998 ?

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zahra7
What Every BODY is Saying | Joe Navarro, Marvin Karlins

C7: It‘s important to look for changes in a person‘s behavior that can signal changes in thoughts, emotions, interest, or intent.
C8: Learning to detect false or misleading nonverbal signals is also critical.
C9: Knowing how to distinguish between comfort and discomfort will help you to focus on the most important behaviors for decoding nonverbal communications.
C10: When observing others, be subtle about it.

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zahra7
What Every BODY is Saying | Joe Navarro, Marvin Karlins

C1: Be a competent observer of your environment.
C2: Observing in context is key to understanding nonverbal behavior.
C3: Learn to recognize and decode nonverbal behaviors that are universal.
C4: Learn to recognize and decode idiosyncratic nonverbal behaviors.
C5: When you interact with others, try to establish their baseline behaviors.
C6: Always try to watch people for multiple tells, behaviors that occur in clusters or in succession.

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zahra7
What Every BODY is Saying | Joe Navarro, Marvin Karlins

By examining what‘s normal, we begin to recognize and identify what‘s abnormal.

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zahra7
What Every BODY is Saying | Joe Navarro, Marvin Karlins

The problem is that most people spend their lives looking but not truly seeing, or, as Sherlock Holmes, declared to his partner, Dr. Watson, “You see, but you do not observe.”

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zahra7
What Every BODY is Saying | Joe Navarro, Marvin Karlins

Nonverbal communication, often referred to as nonverbal behavior or body language, is a means of transmitting information—just like the spoken word—except it is achieved through facial expressions, gestures, touching (haptics), physical movements (kinesics), posture, body adornment (clothes, jewelry, hairstyle, tattoos, etc.), and even the tone, timbre, and volume of an individual‘s voice (rather than spoken content).