“I’m going out with Sam,” your spouse tells you in passing. “I just wanna take the car to the library,” your son or daughter tells you. “No, I didn’t leave the coffee pot on,” your co-worker insists. How do you know when someone is lying to you?
Here are eight tips to help you.

1 - Bites lower lip (nervous, when lying).

2 - Plays with own hair or earrings (ex; interviews).

3 - Self-consciously covers mouth before answering questions.

4 - Voice pitch goes higher, the voice is more negative, less fluid.

5 - Blink rate increases (sign of nervousness).

6 - Smiles, but leans face away from you.

7 - A lot of throat clearing.

8 - Scratching head or face when talking.

Most of the time you can tell when someone is lying to you, because facial expressions are a result of our society’s rules. But most people are not very good at covering their emotions.

Often the least reliable information we receive comes from what is said, while the most reliable comes from responses we can’t control.

The complete report “20 Tips To Spot A Liar” has a tip so powerful no one will ever be able to lie to you again! Get your copy here: http://www.kathycommunicates.com/specials
Kathy Thompson is a writer, speaker, who can help you with all your personal communications.
Contact Kathy at; writing@kathycommunicates.com

Author's Bio: 

With 8 years of teaching and 15 years in
Toastmasters, Kathy Thompson really enjoys
writing and speaking. She has a B. S. in
Business Communications and has taught her
programs around the country at various businesses
and Adult Education Centers.

She writes and speaks about Health, Personal
Communications (writing & speaking), and her
unique specialty of "Face Reading" has brought
her plenty of media attention.

Kathy's goal is to help you be all you can
be and reach your potential.