Hey there, Steve here and welcome to this week’s private eye post on the body language secrets of a cheat.
As you can imagine, we have an arsenal of technological gadgets designed to allow us to hear every word of any conversation. All without us needing to be up close and personal with the subject being investigated.
But verbal communication only accounts for around 10% of what we say. The other 90% we “speak” via our body language. And body language is something we learn before we can talk…
Is your “spidey sense” tingling? If your gut instinct is telling you something is going on, it’s likely the clues come from your partner’s body language. In today’s post, we’ll go through what to look for specifically.
Disclaimer: This information is for general educational purposes only and may not apply to all situations — everyone is unique after all. For help with an individual situation, please contact us or use the live chat feature [when available] on this page—the first call is free, and we may just be able to put your mind at rest!
The Body Language Of Love
When somebody first falls in love with you it’s really easy to “feel” it—after all you’re on the receiving end of some serious emotional change. As time goes on, your partner will display their love for you in ways that may surprise you. Get to grips with what body language to look for, so you can spot whether they still love you…
Are They Ready To Have An Affair?
If you can recognise they may be about to have an affair, then there’s every chance that you can work on your relationship and do something to prevent it happening…
Seeing The Signs
A cheating partner can display a host of body language signs which will giveaway their misdeeds. Here’s a round-up of our most popular body language posts…
We find body language to be a highly reliable predictor of whether someone is cheating on their spouse. With a bit of practice, you too can become adept at spotting the unspoken words of body language.
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Until next week,