Body language refers to forms of non-verbal communication, wherein a person reveals clues as to some unspoken intention or feeling through their physical behavior. Reading body language is similar to learning a new language. The problem is that the language is non-verbal and for the most parts an unconscious behavior or reaction. We are all familiar with obvious signs of visual responses such as rolling of the eyes, furrowing of the brow and cheek tightening. These would be considered covert reactions. These reactions may be intentional but done in such a way to not dominate communication.