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The importance of mental models can thus not be stressed enough. When these children get angry, they raise the volume of the voice, wield fists, show intense and hard gazes, closed fists, fast and intense breathing and notorious body tension. There are also motivating children, leading children, children who have a wide smile, a warming volume of the voice, straight but no intimidating gaze and pauses in the language, along with an empathetic intense joyful attitude. We can now talk about peaceful and calmed children. They have a calmed smile, straight gaze and a slight smile, calmed movements define these children's body language, medium speech speed, medium-low voice volume, gestures in accordance with the emotions expressed by the other empathetic mirror, they are children who are normally seen like grown children. Normally, we can see a negative attitude in children when all the manifestations keep them away from their desired objective. A negative motivation can be seen when they avoid approaching the task they need to carry out, and even detest approaching to it. Children and teenagers need at the same time security and be open towards others. The word of children's body language and the way to achieve communication with them is authenticity. How to detect lies in the construction of sentences through inconsistencies and even in certain behaviors? Let's see how to detect lies by asking questions. Unfortunately, it is very damaging to the development of the children, and it does not work in the long run. Shame is necessary when it's in the right context. Non-narcissistic parents yell on occasion, get fed up and smack their offspring. As long as they have good communication in general and the parents apologize and talk about it, it would just be a part of life. They are the providers of care and security. They are models for the behaviour of the children, for understanding how the world works, who they are, and how they see themselves. The parents are a mirror the children see themselves in, and the influence continues as they grow. The narcissists mirror only what is good for them. They don't have the capacity to see the child as a separate entity, or to empathize and respond to what the child feels or with what the child needs to hear.

Unfortunately, the way the narcissistic mothers establish control is through instilling guilt, duty, and shame. Not only do they affect our personal growth and development, but they also influence our interactions and experiences with others and our effectiveness at the workplace and in other intellectual pursuits. Looking at the world through the perspective of one subject or body of knowledge leads to a limited and biased perception of the world and limits our ability to adapt our thoughts to reflect reality. Our education system mainly focuses on creating experts in specific bodies of knowledge such as biology, physics, geology, and many other specialist disciplines. To be exemplary thinkers, we must be willing to break out of the mold of our fields of expertise and pursue liquid knowledge. Liquid knowledge is the knowledge that encompasses multiple fields and has utility across various situations in day-to-day life. Liquid knowledge facilitates the formation of interlinked concepts within the mental model. It forms co-relationships between related concepts establishing similarities and areas of interactions across different fields of knowledge and expertise. These linkages within the mental model are important in creating opportunities and innovative ideas that would otherwise be missed if we limited ourselves to just one area of expertise. Mastering the fundamentals of each discipline will open up your view of the world and enable you to perceive situations from multiple points of view and enhance your understanding of the world. Organizations can also benefit from the construction and development of shared mental models. Detecting lies through questions is perhaps the most explicit way to do it, but there are details that you can observe in their answers to detect lies without being too obvious. Human beings usually avoid telling lies because they need to feel whole, so, whenever a person can get out of the situation without lying, will do it and this is something that you can use to detect lies. Generalizations are a widely used resource when it comes to avoid lying without telling the truth. For example, you have started dating someone and you ask: Do you get along with your ex-partners? Your question is not answered, it has been simply detoured to generalizing so in your brain resounds your own conclusion, which is, this person does get along with ex-partners and it would not feel dishonest because you have supposed it and this person really didn't say that. A good strategy would be to ask for that person's opinion about the behavior in a general way. It is important this person doesn't think you may be suspicious, you just want to know what his or her opinion is. For example, you lead a work team and suspect that a team member is going home an hour early every day without reason. I wouldn't penalize him if his dedication in the company is good.

With this answer, the employee is maintaining his integrity by not being a hypocrite about his own behavior. They are powerful manipulation tools. Once such feelings become a prevalent reason for the behaviour of the child, they turn into something that is called toxic shame, and toxic shame is so destructive it stops the child from becoming a healthy and functioning adult. Toxic shame is believing you are inherently wrong, inadequate, and insufficient. Believing that if people see who you truly are they will be disgusted as much as you are. It leads to catastrophizing and self-hatred as a way of life, to anxiety and mental paralysis. It leads to a harsh inner voice and inability to relax and enjoy life. Ironically, toxic shame is in the center of the narcissistic disorder as well, but the narcissistic shell is there to never let it out. The false image is that they are the greatest, and they are not. Their children end up thinking they are the worst, but they are not. Both conditions can lead to personality disorders. Shared mental models create a common understanding of tasks to be undertaken, foster effective teamwork and create an organizational culture. When people establish common objectives, shared perception, and similar motivations they are able to work harmoniously in teams to aid in the achievement of common goals. Shared mental models are used to define, explain, and predict the behavior of teams. It is not possible to have different individuals having identical mental models, it is, however, possible for their mental models to be compatible in terms of major perceptions and in their system of processing knowledge and information. Identifying and fostering compatible models among team members is the primary objective of developing shared mental models. Having compatible mental models means that the team members have a common understanding of how the task ahead needs to be tackled, their individual roles in the accomplishment of the task and how to connect their roles and functions to create a functional unit. Knowledge stability is an important part of the shared mental model framework. Understanding the role of each individual within the team will create a clearly defined course of action based on the identified roles of each individual and what each member should be doing to complement the other member's efforts. For instance, if paramedics are called out to an emergency situation, understanding the role of each team member will help to ensure there are no gaps in their response procedures and this will in effect help to determine where to best position each person in the response team to enhance team effort and effectiveness.

Ambiguity within the team in terms of individual roles and functions can result in duplication of functions or some areas of the task being ignored since team members do not have information on each other's functions. As you can see the use of generalizations and indirect justifications are key indications someone is lying to us. You have to watch how the person behaves when is telling the truth, so you can recognize certain frequent gestures, nervous tics. This way you will not confuse them with signs of nervousness later. How did you spend the weekend? What are you going to eat today? Have you seen x news in the press today? These are simple questions that will not induce any type of stress in the person who answers and this way you will be able to see exactly what elements of someone's communication style are manifested in non-threatening conditions. How the posture is? Does this person maintain any repetitive movements? Like scratching, tapping with the fingers, moving one foot, how this person moves the hands? In both cases the toxic shame is dealt with differently, but it's the same thing: refusal to accept who you are and all human aspects of your nature. Toxic shame is a result of long-term abuse by someone in a position of power twisting the victim's perception of reality. Though they are the absolute power when it comes to their children, the covert narcissists are not strong, able, or secure people, and this is why they use manipulation as a way of life. Covert narcissists change their attitude depending on who they want to project their image to. The narcissists strive to project a sweet and caring image of a highly moral person. Talking others into submission is a major narcissistic skill. Twisting things their way is how they keep their false image. If you listen only to their words they sound convincing, but if you look at what they are doing and the relationships they have, it is a different story. All children need reassurance, and help to deal with their negative feelings.

Instead of helping, narcissistic mothers make the problems worse. Effective teams can use shared mental models to predict and simulate possible outcomes using different scenarios. The predictive aspect of mental models is important in identifying possible challenges that may affect the achievement of objectives and in determining ways to overcome them. This will as a result help in planning and preparation for the expected outcome. Establishing effective communication among team members. Create an understanding of the individual and each other's roles within the team and how these roles intersect to facilitate the completion of the task. Enable anticipation of team needs and prediction of possible outcomes Create unified goals and purposes. For shared mental models to be effective they must provide an accurate representation of reality. A realistic picture is important in creating a viable plan of action. Without having an accurate picture of reality, it is impossible to come up with an effective plan since the starting point is not based on the actual situation. A lot, not at all, discreetly or in an exaggerated way? Crosses the legs? How is the posture when the person is sitting? Does the person blinks a lot? Does the person has some tic? Are the person's relaxed facial expressions marked? Value the person's voice, you must look at the voice in that same non-threatening situation, since this is another element that transmits a lot about the emotional state. Is the person's voice high pitch or grew deep? Does the person speak high or low?