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Most of us worry about how our body appears to the public

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Most of us worry about how our body appears to the public. Studies show that most of us say there’s something about our body we’d like to change. It isn’t always easy to accept ourselves as the way we are. But if worrying about our appearance or obsessing over the way we look becomes a daily, or hourly, occurrence — that can interfere with our personal relationships, work and school. Those fears and insecurities may prevent us from doing things we enjoy or pursuing opportunities to meet our goals. And that might be a huge life issue. read more Most of us worry about how our body appears to the public

Body language comprises almost 80% of human communication

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Body language comprises almost 80% of human communication. It plays a huge rule in all business and social situations. When conflict is apparent between the spoken word and the messages the body sends out, the body language is the stronger and people tend to believe the message they see rather than the one they hear. In this case, I think it is very important to understand your personal abilities when you feel that life is hitting you hard. read more Body language comprises almost 80% of human communication