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Posted by Dinah on October 18, 2006, at 8:20:08

In reply to Re: is this true??, posted by karolina on October 17, 2006, at 18:34:23

I've made a bit of study about this in myself, because I have a natural tilt or turn of my head to my right (the viewer's left) and it's stronger during therapy so that I often leave therapy positively aching from turning my head that direction.

For me eyes down and to my right (the viewer's left) means either that I'm sad or uncomfortable. Eyes neither up nor down and to my right (the viewer's left) means I'm angry. Eyes up and to the left (the viewer's right) means I'm zoning out. (My therapist says I look like I'm watching tiny dancing angels that only I can see.)

Head tilt straight down to my right (viewer's left) so that my ear comes close to my shoulder generally means happy or playful.

Which all leaves me with a crick in my neck. But none of it means I'm lying. I don't often flat out lie, but I think my tell for that might be a rare look straight in the eyes. My husband fibs for fun (to tease) and you can tell because he looks you straight in the eye and tries not to blink.

Incidentally, no matter what position I'm in in bed, I often (especially when stressed) wake up feeling like my right ear has been pressed tighly against my right shoulder.

I guess I'm just naturally right head-tilt.




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