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Essay - Self-expression Self-expression is a way in which a person can express his or her thought processes through hand gestures writing and verbalization The Websters Dictionary defines it as expression of ones own personality or emotion Sometimes people use hand gestures when they are trying to express a point Usually the person doesnt realize that they are moving their hands Another way a person can expression ones own personality is with writing Journals or diaries are good examples because writers can say anything they want any way they want Lastly verbalization is the most common way people express themselves Do you move your hands when you talk Do you like to use your handswhen you talk in front of an audience The answer for most people would be yes When people express an idea or a thought to someone else they move theirhands The Websters Dictionary defines gestures as a motion of the body made to express thoughts or to emphasize speech Some gestures might suggest an emotion or expression a person feels For example if a person clenches his or her hands it might mean that the person is mad or angry Sometimes when I play a tennis match and I win a big point I pump my fist with excitement If students are really bored or tired they might put their elbow on the desk and their hand on their cheek Another example of hand gestures is the middle finger People use the middle finger when they are mad or angry For instance if I were driving and someone cut me off then I would give them the middle finger It might not be right but I expressed my feelings toward them There are many different gestures that people use in everyday life to express their feelingsAnother method of
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