Hannah Overton on Dr. Phil

Hannah Overton, who was accused and convicted of salt-poisoning her foster son, and then released in 2015 spoke out on the Dr. Phil show. I wrote about Hannah back in 2008 saying I believed her and believed that she did not cause Andrew to eat all of that salt.

I think their parenting style left a lot to be desired, frankly, but that doesn’t mean you are guilty of murder.

It’s interesting watching Hannah on Dr. Phil yesterday. What stood out most to me were her children. They did not seem happy at all. Did you notice? It makes me question why. Was it being without their mom all of these years?

Touch Your Nose: Are You Lying?

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I heard an old myth repeated on TV last night and I want to put it to rest.

If someone tells you that someone touched their nose, therefore whatever they said at that moment is a lie–do not believe them.

Or if they say there is erectile tissue there that gets enlarged because of the arousal of a lie–realize your source of information is poor. Read this about the “erectile tissue” in your nose. It might surprise you!

People touch their nose for a variety of reasons and it in no way signals a liar. I can assure you of that.

Study yourself and your family for the next week. Watch yourself and others when you/they touch their nose.

Did you or they lie when it happens?

You will see quickly that this is a fallacy.





What Clues Reveal A Liar?

websiteMany people assume when they see my nickname of “Eyes For Lies” that I teach people about how the eyes reveal lies. I do not teach nor do I believe that our eyes reveal lies. As an expert in spotting deception and understanding human behavior identified in a world renowned scientific study, I rely on different clues than most people are familiar with. I believe that in order to be good at spotting deception you have to understand people first and foremost.

When I teach my class, the first morning, I ask participants to articulate what markers on the human face reveal that a person is truly feeling happiness rather than faking it? Or what are the markers that reveal someone is truly sad versus putting on an act?

Would you be surprised to hear that less than 5% of people—including deception detection professionals—can accurately define the markers on the face that identify genuine emotion? It surprises me because this is fundamental requirement to understanding people.

It is highly important to understand emotions, and be able to identify genuine and fake emotions in seconds, if you want to get to the truth and quickly. This essential information.

One myth many participants believe is that people can use emotions to manipulate other people, but this is only true if you don’t understand the science behind emotional expression. Once you understand the science, no one can manipulate you using emotions again.  You will see right through them.  Emotional understanding on the scientific level is that powerful.

People also display hidden emotions that most people don’t see, but you don’t know what you don’t see, right?  Getting keyed into this information is also important.

A person can try to conceal how they feel, but their face will leak it out in as short as 1/25th of a second at times. I see these and so does a small percentage of our population. But 85% of the population do not see these hidden emotions without training. These are a fascinating topic in and of themselves.

I introduce participants in my class to all in these elements before lunch on the first day of my three day course.

So, you see, the truth is written all over our face, it’s just few people know what to look for.

Once you understand the science of emotions, and can confidentially and quickly (within seconds) articulate what emotion a person is feeling as well as identify if its genuine or fake, you are ready to move into understanding human behavior on a deeper level.

Human behavior is very complex. Each move we make, every word we chose, each behavior we display reveals information.

When a liar is trying to balance the truth from the lie, they become cognitively overloaded, and that weakness causes liars to leak many subconscious clues that reveal the truth. These clues are the most reliable clues simply because they cannot be controlled or manipulated. A liar literally betrays himself, and that’s what I expose and teach in my three day class.

If you are interested in my training, my next course date is March 14-16, 2016, in Milwaukee at the Hilton Garden Inn by the airport. Click here for more information.