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Re: model good eye contact gardenergirl

Posted by bimini on January 25, 2005, at 9:06:47

In reply to Re: oh my gosh, my boss did the same thing!, posted by gardenergirl on January 19, 2005, at 19:00:30

> "model good eye contact", but when I am the client, I am sure that I do not.
> gg

When you talk to someone, eye contact is needed to assess response. When talked to, eye contact may be avoided. This maybe an attempt to not exhibit anything. I have wondered what I do myself, my family, my friends. Do we look into their eyes or away and when and why? Do I hold eye contact when I just babble and don't need to decode the response, is this mechanic and changes depending on how much input one wants or how much nonverbal information one wants to give?

OK, what do I want then, do I at least know that? (I'm just thinking loud here.) Cute, I mispelled one word and it *ed me, lol.
bimini


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