Lower Mouth

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Lower Mouth

People born with a mouth that lowers at the corners have a tendency to end up being reactive in their dealings with others, and this can result in anxiety and uncertainness.

They often keep knowledge to themselves, along with the ability to control his or her responses to people as well as situations. In life they may need lot's of time alone, maybe even therapy or counseling, to discover who they are and just what they want out of life.  A person with such a mouth normally has larger lips with a thin mouth area. The corners of this mouth are turned downwards. In some cases, this mouth formation has a white substance seen at the edges of the mouth. This may appear like bubbles in some cases when the person speaks.



Bearers of this mouth are people that are likely to be associated with other people’s drama. They are easy to engage into drama. The main reason why it happens that way is that they are naturally helpful. This type of nature can easily backfire when things go wrong. They start regretting why they are involved in such a situation. People with this mouth feel that they are implicated wrongly in life. They are also easily motivated with their compassionate nature. At times, these people become curious, which leads them to being nosy. They must always satisfy their inquisitive nature.


Summary of characteristics...

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  • Enjoys people's drama.
  • Can control emotions well.
  • Likes own company.
  • Get's bored easily.

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