(Which are respected professions which generally take place in environments with people who tend to be perhaps just a little bit more accepting of the needs of those who worry. Please note that I have specifically chosen to show quite difficult careers here and there are plenty of easier careers available.)
(All of which can be highly stressful and competitive occupations that involve making difficult decisions and compromises under intense pressure from other people; some also involve using and interpreting body language in a subtle way.)
Keeps his fists clenched (a closed signal).
Often speaks too quietly.
Steps backwards when spoken to.
Has a weak handshake.
Is easily put down by others.
Is often angry with himself for allowing others to take advantage of him.
Is shy and withdrawn in company.
Cannot accept compliments.
Says 'oh dear!' and 'sorry' too much.
Has an upright but relaxed stance.
Maintains eye contact when listening or speaking (for over two thirds of the time) looking at faces as a whole.
Has a firm handshake but not too firm.
Is able to say 'no' when needs must.
Can express his true feelings.
Is interested in other people's opinions as well as his own.
Tries to treat everyone as equals.
Stands still with stiff, rigid posture.
Keeps his arms folded.
Shouts and points finger.
Bangs desk or table.
May give eye contact almost the whole time he is speaking (looking straight into the eyes).
Is better at talking than at listening.
Likes telling others what to do.
Thinks his own opinion is always right.
Likes to tell other people they're useless.
Tends to make himself quite lonely because people feel they have to be careful around him.
Getting the best from this book
Looking on the bright side
Distortions of the truth
Humour and conflict
Sexually related problems and points about going out
Finding the right friends
Keeping a clean slate
Living away from home
Jobs and interviews
A Personal in depth analysis of the problem