Experts in the field of body language can easily assess a person by the way we sit because it is an action completely dictated by the subconsciousness.
Just the way their legs are positioned is enough to help them gauge others.
When people sit like this, they are telling themselves that if they stick their head in the sand, their problems will disappear. While this can help at times, most of the time their issues won’t just resolve themselves.
A person sitting like this is dreamy and imaginative. They are the backbone of any social group and are always fun to be around because they are full of fresh and exciting innovations, They love traveling and befriending new people, They are always ready to leap into something new.
They like a certain level of comfort and style and they work hard to stay that way. This makes it really difficult to shop for them because they are very picky about clothes. They might look disorganized but there is a sense of their surroundings and they have no trouble finding things. But they have trouble staying focused on anything for more than a short time.
Punctuality is very important to these people and they expect the same from others. They possess great intellect but they are scared of confrontation and will do whatever it takes to maintain stability. They are also uneasy about public displays of affection or anger. Neatness comes naturally to them and they make their home their shelter from the cruel outside world.
These are the people who will never leap before they look. They weigh all the odds and are alright with waiting for things to happen. But they’re ambitious and fixated on the goals they set for themselves. They place a lot of emphasis on looks are try to keep up a certain standard.
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