The eyes hold great significance for most cultures.
They are often viewed as “windows to the soul.”In Anglo-Saxon cultures, much emphasis is put on an individual’s confidence and trustworthiness by extension of their eyes.
With submissive tonality we add an upward inflection at the end of our words/sentences.
The effect is that we always sound as though we’re asking a question.
Do you want people to see you as engaged and caring? Problem is, many people use eye contact incorrectly.
So if we can’t use the eyes to tell whether a person is lying, what good are they?They’re saying, “I’m fine”, but it doesn’t take a Sherlock to see their words and body language are fundamentally at odds.