Thursday, August 18, 2005

And now for something...

...completely different.

Yes, time to distract your attention from yesterday's subject.


Body language can be disguised behind a mask out of a fear of rejection. This can discourage wanted and needed relationships from developing. Those who want and need certain relationships to develop must relearn their nonverbal skills and unmask themselves in order to avoid alienation.

Yep.
If you want to read more, click here

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12 comments:

Jia Li said...

I think ur inner psy is coming out here...

Jia Li said...

I think we should tell everyone about our creation of blogland

Randis said...

........it's!

Jackal said...

I enjoyed checking out the nonverbal skills link.

Anonymous said...

well worth taking notes.

vanessa

Olivia said...

Jia Li - I will never escape the Psy. Blogland on pause till the return of Slo.

Randis - wha...?

Jackal - glad you liked :) Of course you would, judging from your page.

Vanessa - did you read it? Very useful.
Miss you! Can't wait to see you!

Anonymous said...

*bounces around your blog wildly waving hello*
Alohalani

Olivia said...

Alohalani - hi! hi! hi! I *wonder* why you are so bouncy today ;)

Anonymous said...

I read most of it. I'll go back to it again later.

vanessa

Randis said...

'And now for something completely different'. That's a Python reference. You know, the 'It's Man' and everything? Michael Palin and lumberjacks and everything?
......it's!
Ah, phooey, nevermind.

Olivia said...

Randis - I know, I used to watch it, but I don't know the "....it's" bit. Must have missed some.
Waiting for re-runs.

Randis said...

The It's Man came on everytime just before John Cleese said 'And now for something completely different'. It was part of every show.
Get it as DVD set.