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Body Language Question

by Brea
(USA)

Photo Credit: iulian nistea

Photo Credit: iulian nistea

I've noticed that when I talk to someone when I'm sitting down (it is a specific person, this doesn't happen with anyone else) I tend to sit with my knees tucked up against my chest.



When there's a break in conversation for more than a minute I'll put my feet on the floor but when we start talking again I'll put them back up.

I'm pretty sure this is a means of pretecting myself, putting up an emotional shield by putting up a physical barrier but I want to double check with someone.

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