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Joe Navarro is recognized as one of the world’s foremost authorities on reading non-verbal communications and he is regularly interviewed on programs such as NBC’s Today Show, Fox News, ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS’ Early Show, and for publications such as The Washington Post and Psychology Today.
It’s estimated that as much as 80% of our interaction with others is through non-verbal communication, or body language. And the vast majority of the nonverbal cues we display are driven by our subconscious mind – they are important indications of how we are feeling and what we’re thinking.
Joe Navarro has been studying non-verbal behavior for the past 30 years. Twenty-five of these were spent in the FBI catching spies.
Today Joe is an internationally recognized expert, author, and gifted lecturer, in the interpretation of non-verbal behavior.
Joe has been writing articles and books for the past 10 years. He also writes regular monthly columns for a variety of publications. His books include Advanced Interviewing Techniques, co-authored with John Schafer and currently used by the FBI’s counterterrorism division, Hunting Terrorists: A Look at the Psychopathology of Terror,Read ‘Em and Reap written with Marvin Karlins, and most recently What Every Body is Saying…
After a very interesting exchange via twitter re the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Shana “Taylor Armstrong”, SH wrote to Mr. Navarro asking his permission to publish his insights… Mr. Navarro gave his permission… here is what he had to say…
Mr. Navarro gave his further expert opinion in his tweets re Shana…
Friends are the worst people to ask … John Wayne Gaceys friends thought he was great
In fact the narcissist reacts with rage, callousness, even viciousness when criticized. Ahh don’t you just love them
He was always the odd man even among the other men – his narcissism was palpable as was his paranoia
she was symbiotically dependent on him (extravagance life style) so she had to play the role
Remember its never about deception, it is always about discomfort and issues and they were clearly there
She is doing a performance and as such junk in junk out. You can tell (eye blocking) she didn’t like talking about it.
For shoes, jewelry, & purses people often put up with a lot
“…in any case always caution because its a performance & she has Histrionic features
She has many of the hallmarks – oversexualization, need to be noticed, theatrical, concern for appearance, drama blah blah blah”
She should have sought help rather than to protect him
Please visit Mr. Navarro’s twitter to see the rest of his insight into Shana… here.