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Unformatted text preview: we were more then five feet away it was uncomfortable talking to her. When we were about two to three feet away it was comfortable. Again with Melinda we are very comfortable with each other. We can lay close together and talk and not be uncomfortable. The third person I interacted with was an acquaintance, Drew. Drew gets on my nerves sometimes. So I feel comfortable being about three to six feet away from and talking to me him eye contact. When he gets to be about one foot away from me I start to feel uncomfortable. He also spits when he talks which just makes me extremely uncomfortable. I notice my nonverbal communication coming out the most when I speak to him. I can feel myself tense up because I am uncomfortable. I also notice myself looking away from his eyes and focusing on other things. When he gets to close to me I walk away as soon as I get the chance....
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- Spring '10
- Nonverbal Communication, Grammatical person, eye contact, Jamie Mortakis Communication