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8. Writing on Confused state

Body language showing Confusion and associated feelings Visible signs/ gestures Blinking rapidly Chewing on lips Grimacing Excessive swallowing Scratching face, head, or shoulders Massaging their eyebrows or forehead Cocking their head Touching lips, nose, or face Making repetitive hand-to-face gestures Pulling brows together into a frown or a scowl Raising eyebrows while waiting for clarification or agreement Pursing lips Narrowing of eyes Tugging on an earlobe Rubbing chin, beard, nose, or neck Squinting Shrugging Scrunching head into shoulders Touching the base of neck Unfocused gazes Wrinkling nose

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