The young people today you are addicted to their cell phones can easily be deceive and also have more difficult in make lasting long term relationships. They’re so many men and women that cannot seem to find the ‘one’ they would like to spend their life with.The problem is with the use of the cell phone being their source for communication. The reason is in the lack of eye contact.

People generally have a favorable opinion of someone who is on the same or similar wavelength as them. When trying to win the heart of someone we tend to look for similarities in the other person that are agreeable with our own. We need to read the wavelength of the other person and take appropriate approach. However, texting, emailing, and even phone conversation can be miss leading since you cannot associate the message with the physical behavior. So in essences you cannot fully determine if the other persons wavelengths are compatible with yours.

The element that is missing to interpret the relationship between two people is in eye movement and thoughts. Bingo! We need to observe eye movement to determine if in fact wavelengths are similar and a relationship can develop or not. This key factor is not present in texting, or emailing. There is a possibility in a video chat if the parties are sitting close enough to see eye movement.

Since this article is dealing with the notion of easy deception and why young people who use their cell phones to build relationships can be deceived. The Blinking of Eyes is a window to truth or lies. It is known that there is a relationship between blinking the eyes and lying. Blinking the eyes provides important information about the other person; specifically, it can tell you whether or not the person is telling the truth in response to your question. It is important to carefully observe the way the other person blinks and look for a pattern. This is also effective behavior to use when negotiating a deal. To conclude put the cell phone away and meet the person face to face if you wish to establish a relationship.