Emotional Freedom

How to liberate yourself from negative emotions and create a positive life.

Three Techniques to Read People

Interpreting verbal and nonverbal cues, logic alone won’t tell you the whole story about anybody. You must surrender to other vital forms of information so that you can learn to read the important non-verbal intuitive cues that people give off. Read More

Ha strange as I reading this

Ha strange as I reading this article self-esteem got highlighted. I have never been accused of having a low self-esteem. Never. Until a group decides to. Group stalk me. Funny the same people who hated me for my strength. Wow. Yes that is right attempt to tear down what you wish u were in someone. People or animals depending on the day.

How many people stand alone

How many people stand alone in tough situations. Not many. Obvious if you need a group to be someone. My philosophy.

Empirical Evidence

Hi Linda,
I was wondering on what empirical evidence you base your assumptions. Especially with regards to body language (crossing your arms etc.) and "emotional energy" I would be intrigued to see some studies.


Seems rudimentary and unfounded surprising given the authors alleged occupation..

Thank you for that insight.

Thank you for that insight. I've read several articles about 'reading people' and I like this approach where our intent is to 'understand' others and ourselves via techniques during personal or social transactions.

Pupil Size

If your in a setting where you can clearly see the size of the other persons pupils, you can use it to tell how they feel about certain things.

When people talk about things that really interest them or see something they like, their pupils will dilate.

On the other side of things, when you switch the subject to something that they don't want to talk about or they see something they don't like, their pupils will constrict.

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Judith Orloff, M.D., is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA and the author of Emotional Freedom.


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