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In this video men's style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of http://www.aaronmarino.com http://www.iamalpham.com and http://www.peteandpedro.com, talks about 5 eye contact tips to ensure you are communicating the best that you can with your eyes. This is a how to communicate with your eyes tutorial and advice video. These 5 eye contact tips will have you looking great and talking it up with those amazing eyes of yours!
Maintain eye contact- seems simple right? Wrong! It takes skill and finesse to do it right. Aaron Marino of alpha m. says it's comes down to a balance of eye contact and breaking gaze. It's uncomfortable talking to one who locks and loads.
Eye contact is good but if you ever talk to that guy that takes to a new level of intensity, it's too much! But for those who look everywhere but you, you tend not to trust them. There's a delicate balance that needs to take place.Eye contact is critical component of the communication process: maintaining eye contact as well as properly breaking gaze balance. Here's how to do it:
1. Holding a gaze should be 5 -10 seconds or someone can feel uncomfortable. Break gaze and take it back. It makes the conversation feel better and less intense.
2. If you are speaking to multiple people, group, or audience, shift for every 2 -3 seconds. Constantly be moving and adjusting. Look people in the eye.
3. When you are the one listening, the same 5 -10 second rule applies. When you break, make an acknowledgement.
4. Pay attention to what your eyes and eye brows are saying. Facial expressions are a big deal with how we are received.
5. When you break gaze, don't look toward your phone. Put your phone in your pocket or bag.
Dude I have bad social anxiety. If I stare into your eyes you'll get just as terribly uncomfortable as I am. This sucks btw! ;) When you look at people in the eyes you must necessarily have an 'open/positive expression' on your face. Unfortunately, the anxiety doesn't allow that most of the time. You're not in the moment, reacting properly to what people are saying and your facial expression is either 'neutral/cold' ' (at best) or 'negative/down' ' (like someone is holding a gun to your face). Ahhhhh sweet social anxiety :) I'm Lovin it!
My problem is that I am unable to directly look into people’s eyes when I am trying to converse with them. Embarrassingly, I find my eyes tend to indirectly look at people’s sexual parts, for example, breasts, thighs, penis and so on. This condition occurs with whoever I am having a conversation with, i.e., men, women, young, old, work colleagues friends and relatives. I have no real control over this and I have suffered from this condition 3 month ago. I was about 22 or so. I am gradually bringing my anxiety under control but I would very much like to treat this problem as it would help treat my anxiety and enable me to socialize with people without fear. I would like to know what the problem is and how it can be treated. Thank you.
Hi ... i feel so bad for myself . Bcz when i talk to someone then my eyes falls on boobs .while i have nethier control over it and nor want to do so. Making eyes contact with someone is so deficult for me. Guyes help me wht should i do. This time i feel social anaxity .
alpha m. Another great video! I agree about how rude it is if I'm trying to talk to someone who is more interested in the cell. One time I met this girl, but no matter what happened, she couldn't pull away from the cell. I asked her a question, she ignored me and looked into it again. I noticed it didn't buzz or ring. I said, later, and left her there. Hope her cell can give her what, evidently, I could not....
Lol on my school we had a dance/party. I slow danced w this boy. And while we were dancing, he was looking me in the eyes for 10min+. I was so uncomfortable. It was so awkward i couldn't look him in the eyes. So i was constantly looking all over the room.
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I have autism and I'll make an exterm amount of eyecontact its strong too I see surprise when I do it
oh I love it too
kisses well I'm not about to suck enyones lips or do the hot dog dipped in ketchup thing eww
Once we were planning for an activity n I made a mistake n she was giving me a long ass scolding. So I decided to lock my jaws and stared perfectly in her eyes. N then she began to become uncomfortable 😂😂😂
I went to a grocery store yesterday, and i had an eye contact with a guy.. thats unintentional for me, but I hold my gaze for a while and he is doing the same thing and I break the contact, and went to the other side of the store, and when I look back I found him there, looking at me with interest.. 😁 and I was like woooh! Whats just happen , is that the power of stare? Or having an eye contact...
What if i told you i did the longest eye contact today like 8 seconds i guess , the girl started it while walking and i did the same it was awesome feeling idk why but just good lol she had a smile on but she is older than me like milf i guess 😂
Guys I have the equation for eye contact it needs a lot of explaining first of all eye contact is about focus when you look at someone's eye your focus on their overall face or mouth but your eyes is looking at their eyes , so don't look to their eyes and at the same time focus on it because he's gonna feel it and you gonna feel it and it will be weird , let's recap; look in the eyes focus on the mouth and also to what he is saying don't focus on the eyes and finally be confident , take care.
1.Don't have eye contact for more than 5-10 seconds
2.In speaking to a large audience , make sure you have eye contact two seconds or less with each person
3.When you break gaze , still let the person know you are listening to them
4.know how your eyebrows look when you are maintaining eye contact
5.Do not look at phone when breaking eye contact
I generally get a lot of weird shaped cystic pimples and hence I try to avoid talking to people altogether as when people generally try to talk to me I catch them subconsciously feeling disgusted looking at me, and hence have no confidence to talk or even look people at all, forget about eye contact and I'm too poor to do anything about it, I have had no friends for a long long time as is pretty obvious and generally end up talking to myself most of the days . But now I'm just used to it and don't give a f*CK any more. F*CK people and f*ck my life. Life sucks
I know people who straight gaze through the whole conversation, so right back at you, i dont like people who challenge me. I will stare you to eternity until you learn to drop your gaze once in a while like normal people do in a conversation.
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