What Do Your Facial Features Say About Your Personality?

Some scientists believe that the shape and features of a person's face can be used to provide an evaluation of their personality. This alternative science, pioneered by Dr. Louis Corman in the 1930s, is called morphopsychology and the theory behind it is that vital forces in the body, associated with behaviour, result in different face shapes.
Morphopsychology has grown in popularity over the years and various other people within the scientific community have carried out additional work to prove a correlation between facial features and personality traits. Nonetheless, it is not an exact science and was not designed to judge people or be used negatively.
It is also important to stress that people's faces continue to change throughout life, along with their experiences. So, with that said, what does your face say about your personality? Below are some morphopsychology readings for some of the most common face shapes and features.

1 - Wide Face

A wide face, sometimes referred to as a round face, can describe just about any face where there is not a substantial difference between its width and length. According to morphopsychology, people with this face shape are kind natured, generous, honest and open.
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If you have a wide face, in many ways you could be described as the ideal friend for others to have. You are open and easy to talk to, which makes socialising easy. You do not have hidden agendas or motives and are seen as genuine. Moreover, you are the rare type of person who says they can keep a secret and actually means it.
At times of conflict, a person with a wide face tends to try to keep the peace and is willing to back down from an argument. However, on the negative side, this passive behaviour can sometimes be perceived as naive and some believe that these people have an inability or unwillingness to stand up for themselves.
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