A GREAT SUGAR BLOCKER, this classic dressing is delicious on mixed greens, steamed asparagus, and steamed cauliflower. Change the flavor by adding minced shallot or garlic or any blend of herbs. Prep time: 5 minutes Total time: 5 minutes Makes 5 servings (2 tablespoons per serving) This type of person may be a business executive, an athlete, or an average man. Regardless, it can become confusing when trying to determine if his body language is a performance or if he is truly a confident and self-assured sensing personality type. We can examine this person and what types of people are in their presence when they are putting forth this type of body language. Are they around potential partners? Are they with teammates or coworkers? Do they display the same type of body language when they are with their family? On public transit? If so, then this person is likely self-assured and has a personality type that leaves them observing the world around them often. If the answer is no, however, this person may seem observant because they are examining their surroundings in order to see who is near them and how this person may come across to them if they are being their true intuitive, thinking self. Examine this type of person closely as it may be difficult to determine their true personality. Even vomiting my guts out every time I overdid it didn't stop me from feeling cool. Everything about alcohol made me feel cool. Cool and naughty and rebellious, and there was no better feeling as far as teenage me was concerned. Teenage me loved nothing more than to be a little rebel. Railing against any sort of authority at home or school and desperately trying to assert myself as an independent person was my raison d'etre.

At a time in life when I still needed guidance and boundaries, I did not want to be told what to do or when to do it. Just ask my poor parents! I put them through the ringer in my teenage years by pushing back against almost every boundary that was imposed on me. I bunked off school, failed exams, lied about where I was going, snuck out of my bedroom window in the middle of the night, did a whole bunch of other naughty things that I'm not going to list here because they're too shameful, and drank. I drank and I drank and I drank. 1/4 cup red wine vinegar 1/4 teaspoon salt In a small jar with a tight-fitting lid, combine the oil, vinegar, basil, thyme, mustard, salt, and pepper. Cover and shake well until emulsified. Store in the refrigerator. Per serving: 134 calories 0 g protein 1 g carbohydrates 15 g total fat 2. SUGAR-BLOCKING RECIPES STEAK BEEF AND MUSHROOM STEW WITH CARROT AND TURNIP SALAD BUFFALO CHILI The key lies in the changes in actions. When their body language changes, observe this. Your Own Body Language Now that we have examined body language by the different areas of the body, we can use this information to our benefit in more ways than just analyzing people. With a deeper understanding of what body language is and the importance of it, you can begin to pay attention to your own body language and verbal communication in order to get the most out of your interactions.

This goes hand in hand with your skills of analyzing people as it is a balancing act between analyzing a person and noticing your own messages through body language in order to make a person feel comfortable enough to engage in dialogue and interactions with you. In this article, we will look at how you can do this. H ow To Convey Specific Messages With Your Own Body Language The first situation that we will look at is how to make a person feel at ease by demonstrating that you are listening to them with the intention of understanding them, so that they continue to open up to you and share information with you. Number one below is how to show that you are listening by using specific body language. Alcohol was the perfect accompaniment to my naughty, rebellious lifestyle. It was forbidden and alluring. It even tasted naughty, or so I thought. I'm still trying to be all of that now that I'm in my forties, but I've found a much better way to achieve it: ironically, it's by doing the very opposite of what I used to do--saying an enthusiastic no thanks' to alcohol, where I used to screamhell yes'. Choosing not to pour alcohol down your throat on a regular basis in this alcohol-centric culture of ours is an utterly radical act. When alcohol is normalised and glorified at every turn and your entire environment almost demands that you drink, taking a stand and deciding not to imbibe is a hugely subversive and deeply rebellious thing to do. By choosing not to touch any alcohol, ever, I'm finally achieving what I've always wanted, except this time it's for real. That's because not drinking is the epitome of strong, independent, feisty and cool. Drinking alcohol didn't make me strong; Every night that I was under the influence I wasn't fully standing in my power with a clear head and feet planted firmly on the ground. PORK CHILI VERDE CHICKEN CACCIATORE HERB-GARLIC CHICKEN CRISPY PROSCIUTTO-CRUSTED CHICKEN SAUSAGE AND PEPPERS

MEDITERRANEAN BAKED COD PASTA ALLA NORMA PENNE WITH BROCCOLI RABE AND BEANS MASHED FAUXTATOES GRILLED STEAK Number two, is how to show that you are a leader and in a position of power to gain respect by showing specific body language. Show That you are Listening Use body language to demonstrate that you are attentive and interested. If you seem uninterested or bored, the person is unlikely to continue sharing with you. We have probably all been in a situation where we felt we were opening up to someone and they seemed uninterested. We probably felt embarrassed or regretted being so open then. Opening up is often hard and we need to feel respected before doing so. If you want to hear what they have to say or want them to continue being open and honest with you, show this. Sit or stand with good posture- that is, shoulders back and arms open to receiving. Keep your head up and maintain eye contact, do not fidget with objects or shuffle your feet. Far from it. I was numbed to my emotions, vulnerable, distracted and disconnected from myself and the people around me. Drinking alcohol didn't make me independent; It made me rely on a liquid drug to feel confident and interesting, rather than being self-reliant and grounded in my natural state of being. Drinking alcohol didn't make me feisty.

With alcohol being so normalised, glorified, cheap and readily available, choosing to chuck it down my throat regularly just made me a sheep, blindly following the flock. I never stopped to properly question or examine what I was doing and whether it was truly serving me. And drinking alcohol certainly didn't make me cool; None of this equals cool. Not drinking is the ultimate rebellion. TRY THIS DISH WITH GRILLED FISH or chicken in place of the steak. Add some fresh mint or basil to the herb sauce if you have it on hand. A mini food processor works well for the herb sauce. Serve this dish with the Mashed Fauxtatoes for a complete steak dinner. Prep time: 10 minutes Total time: 30 minutes Makes 4 servings 1/2 cup packed cilantro leaves and stems 1/4-1 teaspoon jalapeno pepper sauce or red-pepper sauce 1/2 teaspoon dried marjoram All of these signs will show the person that you are listening to. S tart by maintaining a comfortable amount of eye contact. Making eye contact for a long enough period that the other person sees this and glancing away at something every so often. Giving too much eye contact will make the person feel uncomfortable and even humiliated, as this gives the impression that you are making fun of them by over-showing the fact that you are listening to them. Next, maintain an open posture.