What you see first in this optical illusion reveals how people really view you… so do your friends think you’re a wimp?

WHAT you see first in this optical illusion says a lot about how others see your personality.

A psychology expert shared the image on social media, where viewers were presented with what appeared to be snow-capped mountains.

What you see first reveals what others think of you


What you see first reveals what others think of youCredit: TikTok/@psychologylove100
Do your friends think you're a wimp?


Do your friends think you’re a wimp?Credit: TikTok/@psychologylove100

However, upon closer inspection, some might discern the outline of a woman’s body in which she appears to be asleep.

“How are you perceived by those around you?” he asked as the video began. “Did you see the mountain or the woman first?”

Having seen the mountain for the first time means that you are seen as someone who tends to excel in whatever situation life throws at you.

He continued, “You’re not afraid of ridicule and you leave places where you feel you can’t grow,” which can make you look like a wimp when you’re not.

“Living life like there’s no tomorrow is just a hobby for you,” he continued.

However, you have another side because as psychology guru said you are very creative, outgoing and outgoing.

You like making new friends and you find it easy to strike up conversations.

On the other hand, if you saw the woman first, you are a “nonconformist in life no matter what you do.”

You don’t like to stand still and plan to achieve your goals as quickly as possible.

“You are capable of sacrificing your happiness for the sake of your loved ones,” he continued. “Family is very important to you.

“Your intelligence sets you apart and you even find it difficult to say no.

“Generous and kind, you go to the front lines no matter what the consequences. You hate hypocritical and false people and do not tolerate them at all.”

He added that it might cost some friendships, but it’s better to be around honest people.

People were quick to comment when one person asked, “What if you watched both at the same time,” to which TikTok user @psychologylove100 replied, “They both are.”

Another person shared, “Seriously, I saw the woman.”

A third posted: “SOOOOO EXACTLY…” as a fourth said: “Woman…true!!!”

And a fourth added: “This man is almost too educated.” I’d like to talk to him. He is good at what he does in life. “Well done and well spoken,” followed by a clapping hands emoji.

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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