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When a person attempts to lie, he or she often feels stress about what to say and how to say it. The person also typically tries to hide his/her emotions on his/her face. As a result, the person does not have much awareness or control of the messages his or her body is sending.

This stress a person feels when having to lie can be seen through:

- nervous movements

- foot tapping

- deep breathing                

- strong eye contact

- overly controlled movements

Remember that verbal, facial, and body signs are only suggestions that a person might be lying. Your intuition and ability to empathize are the best tools you have to use.

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