Dr. Ambardar talks about “Bitchy Resting Face” or BRF in Everyday Health

Then again, for some people, BRF may be a way to hide true feelings. One Hollywood psychiatrist suggests that it is a strategy of stars. “It is actually a common occurrence among Hollywood celebrities,” says Sheenie Ambardar, MD, a psychiatrist based in West Hollywood. “I think it may indicate a bit of self-absorption and a touch of insecurity, but not necessarily a serious psychological problem. People who smile readily may or may not be any happier than people who don’t smile easily. There is no way to know for sure what a person is thinking and feeling inside, despite their outward appearance.”

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