Thursday, 10 March 2016

Gift #518

Social interactions and communications are regulated by subtle expressions of emotions - smiles, eye contact, nods, postural shifts and vocalisations.

Peer pressures, cultural influences, and past experience can all help shape the expression of emotion. Sometimes we consciously mask our true emotions when our interests are in conflict with others. Also a threshold may need to be crossed to bring about an expressive signal, and that threshold may vary across individuals.

Inspite of all these various factors which influence the way we express our emotions a SMILE helps us instantly connect with others. Its a language understood by people of all ages, gender and nationality...Isn't it AMAZING!!! 😊😊😊

Twinkle Thakkar ✨
Happiness and Health Coach

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