As someone with ADHD, reading body language can be challenging, but there are strategies you can use to improve your skills. Here are some tips:
Here are some ways to improve your ability to read body language and nonverbal cues, even when you have ADHD. They can help you develop your observational skills and become more aware of the subtle cues that people use to communicate.
When you hear two people speaking with each other, try to focus on their body language and observe who seems to be leading the conversation. You can also do this by watching for differences in tone and volume as the discussion progresses. This can help you determine who is more confident, more listening to the other, and more in control. and how they are showing it in addition to their words.
Playing a short video segment with the volume off and trying to determine the dominant person and the emotional state of each is, is an excellent way to practice reading body language. By replaying the segment with the volume turned on, you can confirm your observations and see what cues you missed or misinterpreted.
It’s important to keep in mind that body language and nonverbal cues can be complex, and their interpretation can depend on context, culture, and individual differences. So, practice, patience, and an open mind are essential when improving your ability to read body language.
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