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See What Your Fingers Can Tell about Your Personality

Written By Admin on Monday, October 24, 2016 | 8:19:00 AM

Who would have thought that you can learn a lot about your personality based on the length of your fingers?
Look at the picture below and see the three different hands marked A, B and C.

Every hand is different, or, to be more specific, the lengths of the index, middle and ring finger are different. Look at your left hand and determine which group you fall into:
A) Charming but pragmatic people
People whose ring finger is longer than their index finger are charming and irresistible to many. These are the ones that can fit into almost any situation.
In addition, they tend to be aggressive when defending their integrity and people they’re close with. Plus, they’re great at solving problems. They tend to be extremely careful and are often scientists, engineers, and soldiers.
B) Self-confident and people of action
People who have a shorter ring finger than index finger are self-confident, and easily recognizable for their energy. They hardly ever get tired. They’re also known as people of action because they do what they mean to. They typically want to fulfill tasks alone, and are usually quite successful when working solo. But this is a sign of loneliness and closeness. They are usually focused on the goal and don’t let the idea come to nothing.
They appreciate what they have, but are often overly ambitious.
C) Pacifists
People who belong to this group are peaceful and normally avoid conflicts. Those whose index and ring finger are the same length are well-organized and do not want anything other than to be together with their loved ones and friends.
They are faithful in relationships, gentle and caring partners, but beware as they have their negative side, so if you cross their tolerance level, they can become quite the opposite.
They are pacifists, but be careful not to take advantage of their good side. Even their patience has its limits.

Source: healthcancercure.com
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