Decode pacifying behaviors


  1. Observe pacifying behaviors.
    Pay close attention to pacifying behaviors and non-verbal cues, as they can provide valuable insights into a person's current state of mind. These behaviors can indicate discomfort or a negative reaction to what you're saying. Look for physical actions like neck touching or stroking, face touching or stroking, earlobe pulling or massaging, playing with the hair, and whistling. By being observant of these cues, you can better gauge the impact of your words and adjust your communication accordingly.


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