Types of Nonverbal Communication

Denae Martin

Facial Expressions

Facial expressions are very important when it comes to communication, although noting is said verbally. when we talk to one another we often use facial expressions, which are subtle signals of the larger communication process. For example; A simple smile can indicate our approval of a message, while and scowl might signal displeasure or disagreement.

Body Language

we use body language to see how a person really feels. Or perception of people are affected by the way someone walks , sit , stand , even how they hold their head. the way you move and carry yourself communicates a wealth of information to the world. This type of nonverbal communication includes:

  • you posture
  • bearing
  • stance
  • and subtle movements
  • oftentimes, What comes out of our mouths and what we communicate through our body language are two different things. when faced with the mixed signals the listener tends to the nonverbal because its a natural, unconscious language that put our true feelings and intentions out there