Truth or Lies? 7 Ways On How To Tell If Someone Is Lying

Truth or Lies? 7 Ways On How To Tell If Someone Is Lying

Did you know we subconsciously have tells that are very apparent when we lie?  You see our mind becomes “uncomfortable” and has ways of soothing it self.  These motions are often out of our control and happen whether you like it or not.  What this means for us is it’s fairly easy, with a bit of practice, to figure out when someone is telling a fib. So let’s get to it and see 7 ways on how to tell if someone is lying. Click “Next” to get started! 1.  Hands to Face Covering mouth, scratching the nose, rubbing the forehead often shows a lie. With these gestures the “lier” is typically trying to cover their mouth and facial expressions or sooth themselves through rubbing a certain area. 2. Verbal / Non-verbal disconnect Have you ever seen someone agree with another person by saying “yeah” as they shake their head as if they are saying “no”.  This is their actual reaction coming out in the form of body language vs. what they think they should be saying to appease the other person. 3. Eye contact / Looking Away When telling a lie you don’t want to be caught.  Often when someone lies they have terrible eye contact and look away because of their internal feeling of “I can’t stand to see their reaction so I’m looking away”. 4.  Deep Swallow / Throat Clearing Swallowing or clearing of the throat is typically a phycological reaction to a spike in anxiety.  So if this happens before an answer to question it usually means they are getting ready to lie. 5. Grooming & Adjustments...
How Facial Expressions Reveal Peoples TRUE Feelings – Micro Expressions

How Facial Expressions Reveal Peoples TRUE Feelings – Micro Expressions

Did you know that it’s a scientific fact that OVER 65% of communication is done non-verbally. What does this mean to you? Simple put, regardless of what people say, their true feelings are being communicated without words. A big part of this non-verbal communication is referred to as “microexpressions”. These are defined as brief, involuntary facial expressions shown on the human face according to emotions experienced. They are very brief in durations, lasting only 1/25 to 1/15 of a second which makes them very hard to fake… Microexpressions express the 7 universal emotions: disgust, anger, fear, sadness, happiness, surprise, and contempt. This is what we are going to learn now… 7 Emotions: Descriptions, pictures, videos, and ways to spot each. Click “Next” to get started. Disgust The expressions shown when you are offended, loath something, or smell something bad. Cheeks raised The eyes upper lid is raised Lower lip raises up Nose wrinkled Cheeks raised Lines become defined on lower lid       Anger Communications a strong feeling of displeasure. The brows of the eye are lowered and drawn together The (typically two) vertical lines between the brows appear Lower lid of eye is tense Nostrils dialated Lips pressed firmly together       Fear A distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, or pain. Eye brows raised and drawn together (usually in flat line) Upper white areas of eye is showing, but not the white of the lower The mouth is open and lips are tense and drawn back       Sadness Affected by unhappiness or grief, sorrowful or mournful. Inner corners of the eyebrows are...