Effective psychological tricks
Effective psychological tricks

Some psychological tricks you can use to make people feel or even do things that are right for you. Effective psychological tricks.

We want to bring to the attention of our readers sixteen amusing "life hacks" that can make people feel or even act in a certain way. Tips can be very useful, but you can only be convinced of this from your own experience. So it's worth a try!

1. When a group of people laughs, everyone instinctively looks at the one who is most attractive to him (or at the one whom he would like to consider a close person).

2. When you have to do something especially responsible or requiring concentration, in a word, something that usually makes us nervous, it is worth trying to chew gum or even eat something. This is associated on a subconscious level with a sense of security, since we usually eat when nothing threatens us.

3. If someone is angry with us, but we still manage to stay calm, then the anger is likely to only worsen. However, later this person will become ashamed of their behavior.

4. If a person answers the asked question only partially, or too evasively, do not ask again. Better to just look him in the eye in silence. He will most likely understand that this answer did not satisfy the interlocutor, and will continue to speak.

5. Facial expressions, it turns out, can not only be a consequence of feelings, but also cause these very feelings. Feedback works almost flawlessly, so those who want to feel happy should smile as often and widely as possible.

What to do in your free time so as not to waste your life?
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6. It is better not to use phrases such as "I think" or "I think" in speech or letters. They go without saying, but they give words a shade of uncertainty.

7. Before an important interview, it is useful to imagine that we have a long-term close friendship with the interviewer. It almost always depends on us how to perceive the situation, and our calmness and ease can be transmitted to the interlocutor.

8. If we manage to force ourselves to be sincerely happy when we meet with someone, the next time we meet this person himself will be glad to see us. (By the way, dogs do this trick with us all the time).

9. People tend to settle for less favors after they have refused us more.

10. Many symptoms of stress coincide with manifestations of joyful excitement (heavy breathing, heart palpitations, etc.). If you convince yourself that the situation is actually an incentive and not a threat at all, depression is bound to be replaced by revitalization.

11. Many of us have attended a meeting in a situation where there was reason to expect sharp and unpleasant criticism from someone. Under these circumstances, it is best to sit next to that person. Practice shows - he will lose all his ardor and intention to attack, or, at least, will be much softer.

12. Most people cannot tell greatness from simple self-confidence. If you learn to show confidence with your whole appearance, people will be drawn to us.

Tired of enduring? Tired of being afraid of everything?
Tired of enduring? Tired of being afraid of everything?

13. Good advice for those in the service industry: hang a mirror behind your back. People will behave much more correct, because no one likes to see themselves irritated and angry.

14. A very useful habit is to notice the color of a person's eyes when meeting. He will unconsciously feel sympathy for us due to slightly lengthened eye contact.

15. When going on a first date, it is very wise to take your partner to some exciting place. Subsequently, positive emotions from this meeting will be associated with us.

16. A lot of useful information can be obtained by paying attention to the position of the interlocutor's legs. If, say, the toes of his shoes are facing away from us, this usually means that the person wants to end the conversation as soon as possible.

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