I used to have the most difficult time smiling for photos. Unless I was genuinely happy, smiling and laughing already, I felt my face would start contorting in a crazy way and I would hate the way I looked in photos.
I've gotten better at the "fake" smiles now, but I'm not particularly fond of them. I took lessons on it from my ESFJ sister and ISFJ cousin (she's a pageant queen).
"I don't know a perfect person.
I only know flawed people who are still worth loving."
i hate fake smiles. the majority of my work revolves around making people stop that shit haha
I think happy thoughts…
Something eventually will make me grin…
If I try to force it, though, I look like a frankfurter.
I only said frankfurter becuase it's such a funny word…
…always makes me chuckle for some reason…
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I say this as a reminder to myself, but this goes for everyone:
You can achieve anything you set your mind to, and you are limited only by how dedicated you are to succeed!
I always feel like my smiles in photos look fake. They are fake, but that doesn't bother me- I want them to look good. I smile a lot, especially in response to others, but it's little smiles; I have trouble smiling big unless it's genuine, and I'm laughing or really happy because of some guy. I'm not very expressive, but I'm not serious either. I laugh a lot, but it's usually little giggles. I don't know what my eyes look like. No one has particularly commented on them. People say they like my laugh though; last night my guy friend said my laugh seems really genuine, like I can't control myself.
My INFP cousin does the big, genuine eye smiling thing.
My ISFJ mother though could almost be mistaken for Fi; I don't think she fakes anything ever. An exception. Maybe she's in the middle on J and P and so her functions have developed differently. (?) My ENFP sister kind of has a fake looking smile too. She doesn't really look radically different when she's laughing.