The café was unusually quiet, probably because the weather was bit chilly or because it was one of those days where everyone seemed to be in a relaxed mood.
The couple just a few tables ahead of where I sat were equally quiet but it was obvious they were communicating in what many would deem as nonverbal.
I ended up observing a couple just a few rows in front of my table.
The observation began at about am and ended about 30 minutes later.
It was clear they appreciated each other’s company.
The nonverbal cues and gestures, the lack of personal space, the engrossed hand holding in the most affectionate of manners and locked eye contact was evidence of this notion.I have come to the realization that nonverbal communication might just be the most powerful form of communication there is, as it portrays a totality of what a person might truly be trying to get across, in terms of information which most other communication styles might not be able to truly accomplish.Communication is a process in which people verbally or non-verbally share information and ideas.At some point in time, he would lean forward, stretch out his hand and tuck the ladies hair behind her ears.It was evident they were a little more than ordinary friends.The lady, on the other hand, was evidently a student.Her college books were stacked on the table and her laptop bag was resting on one of the chairs.She looked young and pretty but seemed very feminine and petite.Because both individuals were so engrossed with the other, it was easy to actually stare at them to observe every gesture that was made.Overall it was extremely pleasant to watch and observe the couple.The couple’s time together was enjoyable for them as it was for me.