I know, you’re probably thinking “what does finger shape have to do with my personality?” But, the truth is that you can learn quite a bit about yourself based on the what your fingers look like.
In the picture below are three different types of finger shapes and they measure the length of your pinky finger. Find which type best describes your fingers and then read below to find out more!
Type A people have traits that include:
- Being emotionally guarded. It’s hard for you to share your feelings and you typically present a version of yourself that is stronger than how you truly feel.
- You hate when people lie to you or anyone else, especially if it’s a friend that has been deceitful.
- You have low tolerance levels and some people would consider you arrogant.
- You are a hard worker, however, and enjoy helping other people when they need it.
- You are typically cold and apathetic towards people you do not know very well, and incredibly enthusiastic and emotional towards the people you love, like friends and family.
Type B people exhibit traits such as:
- Being loyal and faithful to both friends and significant others. Your partners are always given you undivided attention and are a priority in your mind.
- You are more sensitive than you let on. You will often go out of your way to make sure there are no hard feelings among the group.
- You tend to finish everything that you start because of a need to honor commitments.
- You’re very patient and calm in situations where you are uncomfortable or irritated.
- In your heart, you’re afraid of getting hurt, so you actively portray the image of a person who doesn’t need a partner. The truth, however, is that you’re looking for the right person.
Type C people can be described as:
- Honest and straightforward. You’re well aware of who you and what it is that you do and do not like.
- Egocentric at times, but always willing to offer apologies when lines get crossed.
- Never putting someone else down just because their opinion differs from others’.
- Keeping to themselves. They tend not to air their dirty laundry to just anyone.
- Doesn’t like to step outside of their comfort zone. Change is scary and transitioning into the unknown is uncomfortable.
h/t Mystical Raven