What Your Ring Finger Says about Your Personality Jun 23, 2015 13:25:08 GMT -5
Post by Graveyardbride on Jun 23, 2015 13:25:08 GMT -5
What Your Ring Finger Says about Your Personality
As you know, every day a new scientific breakthrough seems to come around that turns what we know on our heads. But now that science seems to have identified a way to look into your personality and it’s by examining the length of your ring finger. How long your ring finger is indicates how much testosterone you were exposed to in the womb. The longer or shorter it is, the more information scientists can gather from it. I was shocked by the results. I knew that our fingernails revealed a lot about our personality but our fingers?
To get your results, straighten out your left hand and match it to the images below. If your ring finger is longer than your index finger, you have hand “A.” If your ring finger is shorter, you have hand “B” and if it is equal, you have hand “C.” Choose the letter that best describe your fingers then keep reading.
Hand “A” – You’re Charming! If others respond well to your flirtations, it’s likely because your ring finger is longer than your index finger. Confidence and charm ooze from you and you’re a risk-taker. You may be aggressive, but it’s because you go after what you want. If you don’t feel like this is accurate, your hand tells a different story. You’d best fit a profession as a soldier, salesperson, or even a CEO.
Hand “B” – You’re a Natural Leader. Because your index finger is longer than your ring finger, you’re likely a confident, take-charg leader. You deal well with tough situations and adapt fast. People rely on you for your even tempter and resourcefulness. Your genes are telling you to take charge, so consider a career as a self-help author, teacher or politician.
Hand “C” – You’re a Great Communicator. If people tell you their deep, dark secrets, it’s probably because your ring and index finger are the same length. You listen more than you speak and you can comfort people easily even if you hardly know them. You’re compassionate and great at helping others. If the description doesn’t fit, you should reassess yourself and find that balanced, compassionate person within. Perhaps consider a profession as a doctor, therapist, or life coach.
Source: American Outlook, June 23, 2015.