Everyone is uncomfortable when they are deceived.
How often do we swear by ourselves for being too gullible! But in most cases, a lie can be recognized.
Of course, these observations will help more when youCommunicate with a friend, even a close person, but if you talk with a person for the first time, and all of the above signs are present, chances are that they are lying to you.
Do not be too gullible, try to analyze the information received.
Pay attention to the eyes. Often a person who speaks untruth does not look into your eyes, looks away.
A frequent gesture of a liar is scratching the nose, or the lobeEar, or neck, or rubbing the eyelids. He seems to instinctively try to shut his mouth, not to give fraudulent words to give it out, but stops halfway, changes movement.
If a person at a conversation suddenly starts to do too many unjustified movements near the person - he hides something from you or lies.
Look closely at the gestures, because for a person,Speaking of a lie, is characterized by a desire to fence off, to close off from the interlocutor, whom he deceives. He can cross his arms on his chest, put his foot on his leg, pick up an object, sit half-turned or even turn his back during a conversation.
Pay attention to the speech rate of the interlocutor. At a lying person it changes: often it is more rapid, monotonous, with sudden pauses. Questions can be answered with a delay, as if picking up words. In this case, the story can be too fussy, with a lot of unnecessary details, as if a deceiver tries to hide his lies among other words.
A pause for a liar is often uncomfortable - after all, inThe time of her interlocutor can ponder, analyze what has been said, so the liar tries not to allow silence, says, sometimes sharply changing the topic or telling an amusing incident.
Also, you may notice a discrepancy between emotions and words. For example, a smile in which only the lips participate, but not the eyes, not the muscles of the forehead and cheeks.
Also there is hypertrophied, unnatural, unnecessarily theatrical expression of emotions - a made laughter, an unexpected feigned anger or resentment.