If body language message and words conflict with each other, which one do you listen to?
If someone's body language is conveying one message and that same person's words are conveying a completely different one, which message do you listen to? Does body language speak louder than words?
This is an easy one to answer... if the words and the body language do not match, you should indeed listen to that voice in the back of your head that says: "this is not right".
It's as you say: body language speaks louder than words, especially
when the two don't match.
Thanks for asking.