Demonstrative communication is a process that involves sending and receiving information or messages by non-verbal and unwritten communications. This process of communicating involves body language, facial expressions, and the tone of voice that relate thought or acceptance.
Facial expressions are one of the important types of demonstrative communications because they express opinions and reactions in real time of the messages and can be very influential to the receiver’s responses to the messages. Different facial expressions are viewed and interpreted as being positive or negative with a smile being positive and a frown being negative. The expressions of a grin or smirk can be seen as being arrogant or not much sense to the message when viewed in the negative manner or in a positive way if the message is humorous or some kind of joke. These are just a few facial expressions of many that are common in our everyday communication. Others can involve squinting of the eyes when there can be danger involved or exhaling excessively that show signs of boredom.
Body language is another useful tool we have in our communication process when words do not do the message all the explaining that the sender wants to achieve with emotions. Body language is used by both the sender and the receiver and both can have an impact on how the communication is finished. Body language of the sender is very important to express intent of the message and the importance of the receiver to understand and accept the message as intended. Body language of the receiver can show that they are not interested and that they are not receiving the message and cause the sender to stop the message early or become frustrated. The eyes play a key role in the body language because they tell us the reaction of the receiver and the intense that the sender has it the message and their confidence in communicating it. Eye contact between the sender and the receiver is a sure...