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Solid movie The acting in this is worth the watch The title of this film is meant to be taken quite literally, as in surgical terms! Excellent remaster, quite watchable.

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Hands of a Stranger. Director Newt Arnold. Newt Arnold. Richard LaSalle. Country USA. Genres thriller horror.


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Everyone is trying for that Oscar! Do you hate human touch? In the hundreds of people I have hugged and cuddled in the course of my career, I have come up against plenty — if not all — of my own prejudices. What I have learned about myself is that in most cases, any discomfort I face has little or nothing to do with my actual physical or emotional safety.

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My prejudices often show up in the form of fear. Take a pause with me for a moment. Think about who you imagine when you think of a stranger.


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The list goes on. The thing that makes them strangers to me, is simply my own concept about who they are. Not at all. Actually, the first step in creating any kind of connection is to feel safe. In order to be able to really be present with others, I had to first give myself permission to prioritize my own needs. Not everyone is a safe person for me to be around. Not every single person is the right client for my practice. Nor can just anyone meet my needs at any given moment.

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And then, once I feel a sense of autonomy and empowerment, I open myself up to inquiry. I get curious about myself and my reservations. Until we get to know someone, our brain relies on snap judgements to try to categorize the person, predict what they will do, and anticipate how we should react. You may have heard that you only have a few seconds to make a first impression, but the truth is, your brain has made up its mind so to speak about a person within milliseconds of meeting them.

compbom.cf Your brain decides from the information it has—in other words, how you look—whether you are trustworthy, threatening, competent, likeable and many other traits. So, what should you do? Aim for good posture in a neutral position, whether sitting or standing. Stand with your arms at your sides, and sit with them at your sides or with your hands in your lap.


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  • Pay attention so that you naturally hold eye contact, smile, and be yourself. If you discover you have a particular problem with one or two of the gestures on the list, practice by yourself with a mirror or with a friend who can remind you every time you do it, until you become aware of the bad habit yourself. This post originally appeared at LinkedIn. Read more by Bernard Marr here.