Body Language

Scratching Neck Body Language

Body Language Scratching Neck (It’s your itch)

Scratching the neck is a sign of stress, anxiety, or insecurity. It can also be a sign of lying and guilt, and it may also be an indication of discomfort.   The scratching of the neck can be a cover-up for or a sign of hiding something. It’s sometimes called an adaptor or a pacifier in the body language community.   You will usually see someone scratch their neck after…

Body Language Hands Over Groin

Hands Over Groin Meaning (Body Language)

This is a non-verbal communication in which an individual in a social situation moves their hand from one area of their body to another.   The most popular gesture is when someone’s hands move from the top of their head down to their groin.   This is usually done when the person feels intimidated or scared so they subconsciously protect themselves by using this gesture.   It can also be…

Female body language feet and legs (Full Guide)

Female Body Language Feet And Legs (Full Guide)

Body language of the feet and legs can be one of the most telling places we can see that is usually controlled. The feet and legs can tell us a lot about a person. For instance, if they want to leave or stay, who they like the most from those present, and who they think should be respected the most in the group. It really is like a secret language….

Body Language Arms Folded (What Are The Arms Telling You?)

Arms Behind Head (Understand What It Really Means)

We can tell a lot about a person from their body language. In some cultures, it’s considered rude to put your arms behind your head, but in others, it’s seen as a sign of confidence. What does this gesture say about the person doing it?   The first thing people will notice is how confident the person are. The next thing they might notice is how relaxed that person is…

Body Language Arms Folded (What Are The Arms Telling You?)

Body Language Arms Folded (What Are The Arms Telling You?)

When someone folds their arms this is generally seen as a negative non-verbal way of communicating. Yet, this could be wrong as there are many things to consider in order to get a true interpretation of what folded arms means. The motion of arms folded is often interpreted as a sign of displeasure or disagreement. We would agree with this as a general statement. But before you go, you need…

Lip Compression Body Language (Ture Meaning)

Lip Compression Body Language (Ture Meaning)

When studying lip compression from a body language point of view, we must take into account the context that surrounds the gesture. Most people believe that lip compression is a non-verbal cue that communicates a person is not telling the truth. When in fact it has different meanings depending on where a person is, who they are around, and the conversation they are having. We will take a deep dive…

Body language leaning back in chair

Leaning Back In A Chair (Means More Than You Know)

What does leaning back in a chair mean in body language Leaning back in a chair is a gesture that is associated with relaxation and comfort. It’s seen as an indication of comfort and ease which can be helpful to use when you want to seem more relaxed in a conversation. However, there are many other meanings when you see someone leaning back in a chair, and that all depends…

Body language neck touching (Find out the true meaning)

Neck Touching (Find out the true meaning)

There are many reasons for touching the back of the neck in body language. Neck touching is a natural reflex, but it can also serve as a sign of insecurity. If a person starts to touch their neck while talking to you, they might be feeling uneasy or anxious. They might also be worried about something. We often touch our neck when we are concerned or bothered by something. Although…

Body language finger on mouth

Why Do We Put Finger On The Mouth (What does it really mean?)

One of the most common gestures that people use is to put a finger on their mouth. This can have a variety of meanings, depending on how it is used and the context of the situation. The meaning of this gesture can vary from person to person, but it often has something to do with being quiet or telling someone else to be quiet. This gesture usually stems from childhood;…

Touching mouth body language (All you need to know)

Touching mouth body language (All you need to know)

Touching the mouth is a sign of insecurity and vulnerability. It is a way to cover the mouth as if they are hiding what they are saying or not sure of themselves. It can be seen as a gesture that is used to cover up some embarrassment that the person has spoken as if to say “hang on, I’m not ready to say this” or “I don’t want you to…