Monday, 20 April 2015
RICKY DEARMAN – ACTOR
When people are telling lies:
1. They change their head position quickly.
2. Their breathing changes.
3. They repeat words or phrases.
5. They touch or cover their mouth.
6. It becomes difficult for them to speak.
7. They stare at you without blinking much.
Typically, in a person who is lying the eyebrows are drawn upwards towards the middle of the forehead, causing short lines to appear across the skin of the forehead.