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11. Body language Feelings and Behaviour of Emotions - 1

Agony, pain, suffering Prominent lines between the eyebrows Gaze directed downward Raised lips Raised cheeks Eyes squeezed shut Wrinkled nose Bared teeth Clenched jaw Grimacing Wincing Gritting teeth Massaging between one’s eyebrows Inside corners of eyebrows slanting upward Apathy, boredom, disinterest, indifference Blank stare Glazed eyes Minimal eye contact Yawning Closing or half-closing one’s eyes Propping one’s head in hands Picking one’s nose Focusing on anything or anyone except where attention should be focused (e.g., fingernails, watch, clothing, etc.)

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