Sitting Style Says About Your Personality


It is useful or even essential to be able to decipher the body language of your surroundings, both in the private and professional sphere. In a conversation between two people, non-verbal communication is important, especially the language of the legs in a sitting position. Being able to read the signals sent by your interlocutors effectively can be helpful.

In order to know if the person in front of you is trying to lie or manipulate you or if, on the contrary, it is sincere, it is possible to decipher his intentions by analyzing his body language and more precisely the position of his legs, she is sitting.

According to Professor Albert Mehrabian of the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), 55% of the communication corresponds to the nonverbal part, 38% to the tone of the voice and 7% to the words used. Here are some tips to learn how to speak the language of the person's legs according to their positions.

Here's what the position of your legs

Position A

People who sit down by sticking their knees and spreading their feet think that by avoiding to face the problems they will tend to disappear. They refuse the confrontation and prefer to make the ostrich to not burden themselves with worries and waste their precious time to have to settle them instead of enjoying life.

Communication is generally good-humored because they are interesting, creative, charming and with a childlike soul. Nevertheless, they sometimes speak without thinking and hurt their interlocutor without even realizing it.

Position B

Individuals who cross the legs are endowed with a great imagination and are attracted by the domain of the dream. Being constantly inspired, they always have creative ideas and are force of proposal especially in the professional setting. They flee routine and are keen on travel and discovery. They are real nomads who love to make new friends and discover new places.

If they start a project and they are not satisfied with the result, they have no problem getting everything back to zero. Moreover, they refuse any relationship likely to generate negative waves as much from a romantic point of view as professional.

Position C

People who spread legs make no decision lightly. Even the simple purchase can take days before being finalized because they are very selective as well for clothing, shoes, perfumes and furniture.

They seem disordered but find themselves without problems in their "organized" disorder. However, they have difficulty concentrating and paying little attention to their conversations during a conversation, which may seem arrogant.

Position D

Those who sit down by sticking their knees and feet are rather square and punctual and have trouble with people who are not. They are endowed with a certain intelligence and vulnerability and attach great importance to their tranquility. They are not very comfortable with the idea of expressing their feelings in public and have trouble being affectionate in front of others. According to them, a simple gesture like a kiss comes from the intimate and they take no pleasure in kissing in public.

On the other hand, when it comes to saying what they think they have no worries leaving them to be offensive. They avoid social events and prefer to stay at home because it is the only place where they feel truly safe. They have difficulty accepting criticism and are often on the defensive.

Position E

People who put both knees on one side when they are seated are very patient and assume that everything comes to the point of waiting. They are stubborn and persevering and never give up until they reach the goal they have set for themselves.

They give great importance to their external appearance and are willing to invest all the time and money needed to ensure a zero-defect look. The appearance is essential and they do not shrink from anything when it comes to show off, but this could conceal, basically, a lack of self-confidence.

They also have a hard time accepting criticism and can not stand up for their defects.

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