What you reveal his face
The shape of your child’s face, the size of his eyes, the drawing of his mouth can perhaps inform you about his personality. Little morphopsychology course with our specialist.
- What does it look like? The face is broad and square, the features firm and dynamic. His skin is often a little red and warm. The eyes, the nose, the mouth are tonic; they go upwards.
- What is his character? The little adventurer is always ready, rarely tired. He moves all the time, speaks loudly and his anger is explosive. He is not necessarily aware of the danger and does not hesitate to embark on dangerous escalations. He touches everything because, to understand, he needs to experiment.
- How can we help it flourish? To channel its energy, nothing like outdoor games. To prevent him from spreading his strength in all directions and to help him make use of his manual assets, give him a goal: to build a house for birds, for example. Some puzzles will help him learn patience.
- What does it look like? At home, everything is round! The cheeks, the forehead, the cheekbones. His eyes are immense, his nose turned up and his mouth fleshy, the commissures slightly drooping.
- What is his character? The little conciliator is a real quiet father. With him, few caprices. Little concerned with physical exertion, he willingly allows himself to live. It is sensory receptors open to the world (nose, eyes, mouth) make it imbued with everything. When he rubs himself with the community, the boyfriends appreciate him for his kindness. However, it is not always of size to be imposed …
- How can we help it flourish? All stimuli (intellectual and physical) are welcome to motivate this small Placid, give it strength and tonicity. Books, music, nursery rhymes, walks, ball games, he appreciates everything, as long as you train him.
- What does it look like? His face is narrow and elongated. The forehead is bulging while the temples are hollow. From his physiognomy, there arises an impression of tension: the mouth is often tense, a wrinkle sometimes separates the two eyes. The small volunteer has dry skin.
- What is his character? He knows exactly what he wants! He likes to understand everything and get precise answers. More than anything, he is independent and wants to do everything on his own. Often more mature than children his age, he sometimes struggles to integrate. Hence a feeling of dissatisfaction that can give him a rasping side.
- How can we help it flourish? By trusting him and respecting his desire to be treated as a “great.” Teach her to relax through swimming and gymnastics, and so on. Invite friends to a house to show him that others too have good ideas.
- What does it look like? His face is triangular, narrow and pointed at the chin, wide at the forehead. His eyes, his nose, his mouth are great. His face is mobile and expressive, animated with mimicry.
- What is his character? The little intellectual is hyper sensitive; a nothing disturbs him, and his emotions easily overwhelm him. He is rather lonely, loves to stay in his world: he lets his imagination take over and tells stories. The air of nothing, he is attentive to everything because he learns by listening and by watching.
- How can we help it flourish? Everything that nourishes his intellectual appetite prevents him from resuming and letting himself be won over by anxiety. So occupy it. Take him to the toy library, frequent the library. Nature and contact with animals can also appease it.