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Blank Facial Expression
How to read body language? How can a person tell what another person is thinking or feeling based on body expression or facial expression?
Absolutely!: A person's emotions, interest, disinterest, fear, anxiety, boredom and anger all produce certain body positions either standing or sitting and convey a strong message to other people. Eyes can indicate whether someone is telling the truth or lying, is interested or disinterested etc. The following gives a fairly good introduction: http://www.Psychologytoday.Com/basics/body-language. ...Read more
Low Self-esteem: I understand your discomfort. At age 22, stresses of relationships may cause low self-esteem and social anxiety. Please accept yourself who you are at this time and set goals to improve your self-esteem. And to improve your physical health intellectual health emotional health social health and spiritual health see a psychologist or a psychiatrist for your discomfort, self-esteem, and social an. ...Read more
It's a "rainbow": The major facial expressions universally recognized include happiness, fear, surprise, delight, doubt, these are hardwired, independent of spoken language. ...Read more
Sure. Autistic : Spectrum disorder is a spectrum. You may have diminished, but not completely absent, facial recognition ; theory of mind. Some teens ; adults with ASD can infer what one character in a book or story is thinking or planning on doing, but not what a second character thinks that first character is thinking. Does that make sense to you? ...Read more
I've been taking ritalin la for 5 years now, and a few months ago i started to have trouble to control my facial expression when i'm on med. Why?
There are about 20:: Auricularis anterior , buccinator, corrugated supercilii, depressor anguli oris, depressor labii inferioris, depressor septi nasii, frontalis, levator anguli oris, levator labii superioris, levator labii superioris alaeque nasi, mentalis, modiolus, nasalis, orbicularis oculi, orbicularis oris, platysma, procerus, zygomatic us major. Zygomaticus minor. ...Read more
Not actually: If you have a longer face, thinner rather than wider, then facial expressions will not widen your face.. Though smiling will probably help you enjoy your face. ...Read more
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