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Body language refers to non-verbal communication using the body, whether consciously or subconsciously. Movements and facial expressions can sometimes convey emotions. Although body language doesn't involve words, it can sometimes communicate messages to others. For example, someone might cross their arms when they want to communicate that they are angry.  

People can reveal their emotions through posture, movements, and facial expressions. The body language advice section offers articles about how body language may help you understand human behavior. Through these articles, you may learn how to pick up on a person's thoughts or feelings and be more sensitive to various emotional states. You can also learn about how your body language may impact others. 

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