We are all interested in what people are truly telling us. They can convey words to convince us they believe in one thing, but they may mean another through their body language. Body language can be in the form of gestures that are innate or initiated out of observations. Using nonverbal communication is nothing novel. Humans have been communicating through gestures since they were in caves. When the silent movies came out during the early part of the 19th century, actors conveyed love, anger, sadness and respect through body language. We do the same in our everyday life and this is true in our romantic relationships. There is aggressive body language, uninterested body language, closed body language and annoyed body language that can encapsulate other poor behaviors. All of these are negative signs in a relationship. Since communication is 50 percent nonverbal, we might want to be more cognizant of the use of body language to prevent friction. Here are 5 deadly sins of negative body language.