Men have long been silent and stoic about their inner lives, but there’s every reason for them to open up emotionally—and their partners are helping.
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An ex-FBI agent on deception, espionage, interrogation, and reading people.
Joe Navarro M.A. on September 26, 2022
Our more archaic past can still be seen in some of our universal behaviors. Large felines had a lot to do with that.
Joe Navarro M.A. on July 2, 2022
What you have heard about body language and detecting deception may be all wrong.
Joe Navarro M.A. on April 15, 2022
Microbes often influence how we feel and act. Here is a look at some recent research and how the body-mind matrix comes together.
Joe Navarro M.A. on February 10, 2022
Changes in how we touch our faces often reflect the nature of our emotional state.
Joe Navarro M.A. on January 3, 2022
Influence and persuasion can and should be practiced without being calculating and manipulative.
Joe Navarro M.A. on November 7, 2021
For the student of body language, how we touch our faces, where, and when, reveals a lot about what is going on in the emotional mind.
Joe Navarro M.A. on August 4, 2021
We do this all day long without really knowing why.
Joe Navarro M.A. on June 21, 2021
It is one of the most powerful and endearing traits exceptional individuals share and we should all emulate.
Joe Navarro M.A. on March 23, 2021
The importance of nonverbal behavior and storytelling in negotiations
Joe Navarro M.A. on February 3, 2021
The eyes are both recovers of information and transmitters of emotions, thoughts, and even empathy.
Joe Navarro M.A. on November 1, 2020
A good story is like a crowbar—it can open our minds and remind us of what matters before we forget.
Joe Navarro M.A. on July 26, 2020
We think they are infallible, but what happens when the malignant narcissist fails at work, at home, or in a very public setting? A look at behaviors we can expect.
Joe Navarro M.A. on May 4, 2020
Ten ways to get unstuck in difficult conversations by using the Helicopter Technique.
Joe Navarro M.A. on March 31, 2020
Do you know how to be your best on a business call?
Joe Navarro M.A. on March 12, 2020
When there is a public health crisis, especially a viral one, greater spatial distance is required if not mandated. We call that the prophylactic zone.
Joe Navarro M.A. on February 1, 2020
Multi party interviews can be difficult. Here are ten keys to help you conduct a better interview.
Joe Navarro M.A. on October 19, 2019
Cases in the news prompt the question: What is our duty to warn?
Joe Navarro M.A. on June 24, 2019
Here are two behaviors noticeable at a distance that say something is wrong.
Joe Navarro M.A. on March 25, 2019
We almost always look at the face for clues to what is in the mind, but the feet are often more revealing about our emotions than the face.
Joe Navarro M.A. on December 21, 2018
How your legs and neck affect how you are perceived.