Just as a picture is worth a thousand words, our faces can express a wealth of information. For example, studies shows that infants, including those who are blind or have underdeveloped brains, use facials cues to tell their parents how they feel. Infants communicate with their faces even before they are old enough to understand the meaning of their own expressions. Because humans depend on one another for survival, we must communicate; facial expressions may evolved as efficient ways to telegraph feelings and intentions.
Japanese women and men, for instance, are taught to mask over displays of emotion in favor of a socially acceptable smile. The six basic human emotions are, happiness, surprise, disgust, sadness, anger and fear.
Facial expressions do not just give us away; they may also allow us to experience our own emotions more fully.
Today I spent half of my day on the hospital :) have problems with my veins, going in for surgery, no fun at all ;( I will keep you updated. I am almost finished with the Production of IForm med Anna Anka.
The young and old of widely different races, both with man and animals, express the same state of mind by the same movements"
Love Always Anna Anka