Most Helpful Girls
I have it but it’s not like an all the time thing , my boyfriend usually asks if I’m okay & my answer is usually I’m hungry. It’s not because I’m sad , angry or enraged. I’m just in deep thought about food 😂 sounds stupid but most women have it & it’s not because of any of those things it’s just how their face settles when not engaged in a conversation. Would it be hard to date someone with rbf? Not so sure because lots of people are in a relationship with someone that has RBF & you don’t see them running for the hills. It’s more so are YOU as an individual okay with odd quirks your SO has?
I think you would adapt, as with anything else. People use words differently, too. My good friend, for example, says, "Good," when he has a positive experience. He says, "Fine," for neutral ones, or when he is reassuring me that things will work out, even if I messed up. So I know when he says, "Good," it is code for, "Amazing!"
Same here. You would get used to your SO's facial expressions seeming a little bit more harsh when they are really at a neutral state.
Most Helpful Guys
My wife has Bitchy Resting Face (the original name and the only name I will use). She is the one who taught me about it when she showed me the original video.
However, yes, before we knew about it, my wife and I did have issues because I did not understand what I did wrong or why she was upset with me or sad. Once I learned about BRF, things got a lot better between us because when I think she's mad or sad, I will just think it's her BRF.
Aw girl, let me tell you, I don't know how many people I've intimidated because I look like I'm gonna pummel them into dust. I just get suspicious of people and have a tendency to project past emotional pain onto other people. But I'm super playful once I get comfortable enough, which rarely happens because people are awkward.