How to Have a Normal Conversation
Tommy Paley

Lesson learnt from a conversation I had ten minutes back:

Keep in mind your body language, especially your hands. Don’t place them on the side as you may look like a soldier in attention, don’t fold them before your chest as you may look like their father ready to ground them and don’t put them behind your back as you may look like their younger self about to be grounded. And most importantly, don’t break into a dance while successively trying all postures.

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