Chase’s Telling Expression On The Bachelorette


Who caught the microexpression that Chase made when Jojo gave him the boot in the fantasy suite on Monday night?

It was very telling, fascinating and interesting to see!

Who knows what it was?

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Note: The photo above is not of the microexpression.

Expression of the Day

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What expression do you see here? And why do you believe that is the expression?

Funny Expression of the Day

I think this video is interesting because of the expression the weatherman makes.

What expression do you see? Is it what you’d expect?

I will share my comments below in the coming days.

Expression of the Day (May 3, 2016)


What do you see when you look at this expression?  If a person did this after you asked them a question, would you think they are lying because they are covering their mouth?

Check back for my thoughts towards the end of the week!

Emotional Connections Elevate Attractiveness

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What is your most attractive feature? What do you think is the single most important element about you that draws other people to you?

Many people will say their smile, beautiful hair, outgoing personality, and so forth.  And these may initially draw someone to you, but what keeps them?

Could it be your ability to emotionally connect with others? Could that play a big role in your attractiveness?

That’s what a scientific study has revealed. Click here to read more.

It makes sense when you think about it.

People who “get us” are more appealing to us then those who don’t, but did you ever think about it concrete terms of emotionally connecting?  We often think of attraction as physical not emotional.

We all have a need to relate to other people, to be accepted and the more we are able to connect with people on an emotional level, the more attractive we become.

You’ve probably encountered this before. You meet someone you consider average in looks. Then you talk to them and next thing you know you find them really good looking, when maybe an hour before you didn’t. You formed an emotional connection.

It’s fascinating, isn’t it?

Understanding emotional expressions should help you connect with more people because the sooner you can read an emotion on someone’s face — the faster you can “relate” to how they are feeling. Want to learn how to read emotions and relate to people better?  Check out Renee’s training!

Now they need to do a study on relationship successes of people who can read facial expressions accurately.  Do they have more successful relationships?

I suspect the answer would yes.  What do you think?