This is what your body language says about your relationships


People often think about their body language in the context of how they project themselves to the world.

What we often don't think about is our relation to other people and how the ways we sit or stand can signal our inner feelings.

YouTube channel SoulPancake took body language expert Christopher Ulrich to read couples' and friends' body language, as they sat on a sofa.

They were told that they were being asked to describe how they met, but actually their body language was being watched.

Needless to say the results were surprising. For instance, if you both cross your legs towards each other in a closed circle, you're signifying closeness.

If you put your hands together in a "steeple" as you talk you can signify power and intelligence, but it can be terrible for building relationships.

For more, you're going to have to watch the video:

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