This is what your sitting posture says about your personality

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What does your sitting posture tell you?

Body language usually tells you much more than words could ever do. It’s an amazingly powerful tool when it comes to establishing relationships because most emotions are conveyed non-verbally.

So, when we’re in contact with other people, we say much more than we do with just our words. It’s not about what we’re saying exactly, but how we feel when we’re saying it. It can be difficult to talk about our feelings, which is why we’re often communicating our emotions through body language instead.

This can make it clear to other people whether there’s an underlying meaning to what we’re saying, and how we relate to them. That’s why body language is important when making contact with all kinds of people. Body language can also tell us a lot about who we are and how we relate to our surroundings. What’s your usual sitting posture? It can reveal a lot about your personality.

5 Sitting Posture Explained

Position A
People who sit like this are very creative and charismatic. They’re spontaneous and don’t think too long about the decisions they make. This can cause some trouble every now and then, but their natural charm will help them out of a sticky situation. These people view life as an adventure and are open to new experiences. They’re also very popular and easily make new friends, although many of these relationships are fleeting.

Position B
People who sit in this position are true dreamers. They have a rich imagination and can completely lose themselves in a daydream. They’re very empathetic and can easily make contact with other people, but they sometimes put themselves in the background because of this. They are very good listeners and are strongly in touch with their own feelings.

Position C
These are chaotic people who have a lot of trouble concentrating and sitting still. Their minds are always moving and they often speak before thinking about the impact of their words. They’re easily bored and have a short attention span. They shine most in a fast environment with loads of stimuli. In relationships they can quickly become disinterested as well, and they need someone who can push back.

Position D
These are often very smart people who are good rational thinkers. They’re punctual, neat and orderly. Their homes are often squeaky clean and neat, and everything has its own proper place. They’re a little reserved and won’t quickly reveal everything about themselves. Yet they are very honest and don’t like to gossip. They remain calm in every situation and don’t easily lose perspective.

Position E
These people are very goal-oriented and value their careers a lot. They place importance on setting ambitious goals for themselves and are not satisfied with less. On a personal level they also like to set goals, for example when it comes to health and love. They’re very perfectionistic about everything, including their own appearance. This sometimes causes them to lose sight of what they already have because they’re always aspiring for more.

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