Nonverbal Communication Threatening Peace


Welcome to another episode of Laradiji’s LinP|RinP. Thank you for clicking. Eshe O, I’m an African lifestyle vlogger who loves living a peaceful life, and I love talking about situations we might find ourselves in that need peaceful endings. In this blog post , I’ll be talking a little bit more in-depth about the types of communication that might be hurting you without your knowledge, especially our non-verbal communication. It’s November’s Living In Fast Express episode or the L.I.F.E section of my channel where I talk about issues that are on the news or issues that have sparked a response from me under the umbrella of Living a peaceful life.  If you’re about living a peaceful life as well, then this channel is for you.

Watch out for next month’s L.I.F.E episode on the consequences of habitual wrong doing, how it affects an individual and how the behavior affects the people around us. If you’re already subscribed to this channel, then you’re a very important part of this show’s family and you’re humbly welcome back to this channel. If you’re new here, and would love to join us LinP|RinPers, then do subscribe by hovering over the hearts in the right lower corner and click the subscribe button.  Do check out the other sections of Laraddiji as you’re inspired to do so after watching this video. So back to today’s topic of nonverbal communication that are threatening our peace.

Crossing your legs in front of your elders

          Meaning – pride

          Remedy – sit at the edge of the seat and anticipate that you’ll be sent on an errand anytime soon, that’s your main purpose as a young person and as you become an adult, you can start challenging orders right?

Hissing you’re teeth

          Meaning – lack of respect

          Remedy – don’t suck your teeth at anything or anywhere close to an adult because they might say you’re sucking your teeth at them, never suck your teeth, its rebellious

Crossing your arms

          Meaning – you’re not listening or youre not ready to listen

          Remedy – unfold your arms and relax, pretend to enjoy what’s being spoken about and maybe you will. Am I right or am I right?

Cutting elders off when talking

          Meaning – you’re not humble

          Remedy – what you want to is Let adults talk first then you can go right ahead

Taking food before the elders from a general plate

          Meaning – disrespect

          Remedy – you would think an adult will wait for the youngest ones to go first but it is considered rude in my culture          

Stomping your feet away from an elder

           Meaning – disrespect

           Remedy – even if you’re upset, control yourself and remove yourself from the event

Looking at your elders face to face

          Meaning – disrespect, catching attitude

          Remedy – look down at your feet, your shoes the floor the rug the ants the surfaces underneath the floor, don’t ever look up

Rolling your eyes at an elder

Meaning – disrespect

Remedy – don’t do it

Dragging your feet away from an elder

Meaning – lack of decorum, lack of disrespect

Chewing gum or smacking gum

          You’re not listening to what’s being said.

Looking at someone from head to toe meaning – Disrespectful and rude

Thank you very much for watching this informative episode. God willing, we are on this earth for an average of 75-80yrs. Let’s not waste any of that precious time on matters that don’t help us positively in some way. You have a decision to make, if not now, maybe later, the ball of your womanhood is in your court. Ask questions if you have any, don’t hesitate to leave a comment as well. Like this video by giving it a thumbs up so that I can make more of them. Follow me on Facebook and Instagram @Laraddiji

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