In the truth our body speaks much more, that the words, Albert Mehrabian apud Pease.Allan and Barbara (2005) pioneering of the research of the corporal language in the decade of 1950, selected that in all interpersonal communication about 7% of the message she is verbal (only words), 38% is vocal (including tone of voice, inflection and other sounds) and 55% is not-verbal, therefore the importance in emitting the corporal language adequately, so that she has an efficient communication. Research shows that in this field the women leave in the front of the men, according to Pease. Allan and Barbara (2005), the women have an innate capacity to catch and to decipher the signals not verbal, as well as a intent look for the small details; a strong indication of this capacity, is the fact of that women who are mothers appeal almost that exclusively to the not-verbal canal to communicate themselves with the small child. Therefore, the best way to dialogue to decide a conflict, is in one comfortable position of front for the other, if possible seated, looking in the eyes, in defensive way, but in emptica way, not respecting a space, with uncrossed legs, (therefore when we cross it is signal that we are in closing for the other), with feet pointing with respect to front, (therefore when one of the feet points with respect to another place our body it is saying that it wants to leave from there), arms uncrossed, and if possible of hands given (to demonstrate that we are trying to search a solution and not competing pra seeing who is certain), all its body must be in harmony with its attitude that must be to search to decide the question (Pease. Allan and Barbara, 2005). Others who may share this opinion include Master Class. No matter how hard situation seems complex, of difficult solution, the way as express you if corporally can make all the difference in the search of the resolution of the conflict, the look you very disclose on our disposal to be open for such, therefore it must be of love, as that look of the first meeting, thus acting, another one will be disarmed of any negative attitude that generally permeia the mind in this situation.