- Arms crossed
- Squinting eyes
- Lowered, angry brows
- Cheeks sucked in
- Shaking the head
- Raised voice
- Blowing out a noisy breath
- Going on the offensive and verbally attacking the accuser
- Deflecting blame
- Flinching, jerking back
- Difficulty being articulate, stuttering
- Splaying a hand across the chest, mouth gaping
- Spots of color in the cheeks…
Turn up the heat on your protagonist by adding conditions that will alter his mood and make him more emotionally reactive.
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