There are so many things through which we can learn about a person’s character or personality. There’s body language, hand gestures, the content of a person’s bag, their browser history, and even horoscope if you’re into that sort of thing. But have you ever thought about what we can learn about a person from their shower habits? Well, there may be more to it than we think. The part of our body which we wash first may indicate some key traits in our personality. The assumption behind this theory says that we subconsciously tend to the parts of our body we think are most sacred. Our subconscious works in mysterious ways. Is there any truth to it? Start reading and find out for yourself!
If you start your shower by washing your hair (or head, for you, baldies), it might be an indication of how practical and realistic you are. Since the head is associated with being organized, you may be a little more efficient and routine-oriented than others. Similarly, those who start with their neck and shoulders are competitive, motivated, and hardworking.
People who start from their feet and work their way up in the shower are regarded as down-to-earth kind of folk. They also tend to have developed humanitarian values. However, those who start from their legs, rather than feet, usually have a carefree, hippie-like state of mind. They enjoy daydreaming and living like the free-spirits they are.
People who start their shower by washing their face are often stressed or embarrassed. Just like us when we cover our faces when we feel embarrassed, those people usually prefer to blend in rather than stand out. However, those who start with their chest or torso tend to be confident and not care about other people’s opinions of them.