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What kind of person you are in communication with people: a simple optical illusion will show you

Yulia PoteriankoLife
How does your brain process a picture with an optical illusion?

The inability to make commitments often makes it difficult for us to build relationships. Only a professional psychologist can determine how capable you are, but some information can be gleaned from tests.

Blogger Mia Yilin collects psychological tests based on optical illusions on her TikTok. She posted an image that will help you determine whether you are more likely to avoid deep relationships or whether empathy is your middle name.

The point of this type of optical illusion is to trick your brain into one of two possible ways of distinguishing between images in a painting. What you see first can tell you something about your personality. So take a look below and note for yourself what caught your eye first - a flock of birds or a woman's profile.

What kind of person you are in communication with people: a simple optical illusion will show you

Birds

If you were the first to notice the white doves, you are most likely looking for strong emotions in your life, and long-term commitment can be difficult for you to sustain. You probably avoid long-term commitments in favor of constantly new experiences, and predictability tires you out. The need for closeness provokes you to overthink options and possibilities, which causes you excessive stress and anxiety.

Female profile

People who are very sensitive and finely tuned to the emotions of others are the first to see the outlines of a woman's face. You know how to build deep, trusting communication. But the flip side of the coin is your tendency to absorb not only positive but also other people's negative emotions. Sometimes you worry too much about problems that are not yours.

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