You, Your Phone And How The Way You Hold It Reveals Your Personality

The simplest of actions you undertake can reveal so much about your personality.

We have so many little habits that we are often not even aware of, but they are the tell-tale signs of how our personalities work. Our reliance on our smartphones and how we hold them, tells a lot of who we are.

1. Using your thumb to scroll and type and holding your phone with one hand.

If you use your phone as above, you have a carefree nature.  You love to look at the bright side of life. You are worry-free as you just live each day as it comes.

You believe in yourself and your abilities. You’re ambitious and will push yourself to your limit to achieve your goals.  So, you’re a risk taker and will take chances to ensure you succeed.

However, when it comes to relationships, you don’t like to take risks. You play the safe and long game there.  You won’t become committed straight away, you need to take your time getting to the person first. You can almost appear cold in regards to relationships, you’re not, you’re just waiting to see if they are trustworthy first, before giving your all to the relationship.

2. Using just one thumb to scroll and type and holding the phone with both hands.

If you use your phone as above, you are a cautious person, pragmatic and wise. You will not risk losing what you have on a whim, no matter how much you want to.

You see people for who they are, you are hard to deceive. You’re empathic so you therefore feel everyone’s emotions and thoughts around you.  This makes you a good caring person and not the judgmental and manipulative person that so many seem to be these days.

When it comes to relationships, you can tell if someone is worth your time after just one date.  Once committed you hold nothing back, you give your all.  Sadly, though despite being an empath you can make mistakes and give your all to someone who really just isn’t worth your time.

3. Scrolling and typing with both thumbs and holding the phone with both hands.

If you use your phone as above, you are a speed person, the faster the better in your view.  You’re quick to assess the situation and work efficiently. Your brain and fingers work in sync and you can find the solution to many problems within seconds of being aware.

You are the typical adapt and change on demand person, who does well in business meetings, your energy is infectious and people love being around you whether it is in a professional or personal environment.

When it comes to relationships, you don’t have as much control as you would like.  When you find someone you really like, you almost stumble as to how to connect to them. Your wit and charm aren’t always well received, what is wanted is effort and commitment not in a business structured way, you have to step out of your comfort zone to find true love.

4. Scrolling with index finger on one hand and holding the phone with the other hand.

If you use your phone as above, you are a person with a great imagination and are creative in all you do.  You are likely to be an author or poet and people will be in awe of your unique ability.

You can come across as eccentric, whimsical in life, however you have and do think everything you do through first, those around you are unaware of just how controlled you can be.  You prefer solitude at times, it’s how you recharge your batteries ready for the next round of what life has to offer.

You can be shy of relationships, afraid to make a move on someone for fear of rejection. You need them to show interest in you and allow them to draw you away from your comfort zone, once you both know where you stand, you will find that both of you have the most intense relationship out of them all.

Being put on the spot makes it harder for us to define our boundaries. In our attempts to appease the person giving us their attention, we agree to things without meaning to.

But failure to have boundaries lets other people force us into situations that make us resent them. As long as you think having boundaries makes you rude, the wrong people will continue to put demands on you and you will end up resenting them.

You also need to stop equating having boundaries with lack of compassion. Instead, see it as a way to have self-respect. After all, you wouldn’t go around imposing responsibilities on people if it would make them uncomfortable.

Before anyone can respect you, you have to respect yourself first.

So, don’t be in a rush to give a response the next time someone asks you for a favor. Take your time and think it over and then give an answer you will not regret.

It’s okay to be honest about what’s not okay and what is.