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Touch – This is one of the most powerful elements of body language. It is capable of communicating so many different messages, and can also be interpreted in so many different ways. Touch is usually divided into four main categories: friendship, professional, social, and intimacy.What is a good example of body language?
Examples of Positive Body Language Head Tilted to One Side. A tilted head demonstrates that a person is listening keenly, or is interested in what is being communicated. Rubbing Hands Together Briskly. ... Palms Open and Facing Upward. ... Standing Straight With Shoulders Back. ... Stroking Your Chin or Beard. ... Leaning In. ... Direct Eye Contact. ... Head Nodding. ... Firm Handshake. ...