Why do I doodle flowers all the time?
A large circular centre flower shows confidence and is indicative of someone who likes attention. However carefully drawn flowers suggest someone has an obsessive-compulsive personality. The second most popular objects sketched are stars – and as they contain points they can indicate someone is ambitious.
Is doodling a sign of mental illness?
Doodling on the same spot is an indication of anxiety, and is often drawn when people are under pressure – it can also be a sign of guilt. Shaded or filled doodles can simply mean someone is bored, but can also indicate they are unhappy, have bottled up anger or lack self-confidence.
Is doodling a sign of intelligence?
It’s evidence that doodling isn’t a sign of a distracted brain. Instead, it is the useful tool of a brain that is trying to stay focused. Doodling keeps your brain connected enough to the task at hand that it doesn’t skip off to other, more fanciful, lines of thought when the current task is boring.
What does it mean if you doodle circles?
Circles and rings
Circular shapes represent a need to find unity. ‘”I feel left out in this world.” That’s what your doodles say about you. If you draw circles unconsciously, this probably means you’re in need of a friend and some attention, which, in the end, may lead to depression, so take care.