There are many famous people with a cleft or dimple on their chin, such as Sandra Bullock, Russell Crowe, John Travolta, Jessica Simpson, etc. So, there is no need to be embarrassed of you dimple/cleft because it looks nice on you and makes you more attractive.
Genetics and Cleft Chin
Dimple in the chin can be caused by genetics. The mentalis muscle fails to close at the chin, which leaves a gap. But, genetics does not mean your children will inherit your chin dimples automatically because the gene has to be dominant and not recessive. The dominant gene causes the cleft chin.
Although you may have chin dimples, your parents may never have had them. This means some other relative may have had it. It may take up to five generations before the chin dimples appear in your family.
How does cleft chin affect your personality?
People with a dimple on their chin are attention-seekers, but other people don’t hate it because these people with dimples are fun to be around.
Also, these people tend to flirt and they are really good at it. Their sexual nature is powerful and rather entertaining.
In addition, people with a dimple on their chin seem more emotional than others. They cry easily, no matter they are sad, happy, excited or passionate.
There is a difference between a cleft in the chin and a dimple in the chin. The cleft is more noticeable and prominent that a dimple, and so is the desire for attention and appreciation in the person as well. Cleft chin people’s feelings usually can be deeply hurt when their partner doesn’t want intimacy all the time. Also, these people have troubles separating their sex or intimacy rejection from their partner’s rejecting them forever. They believe that physical love is proof of their emotional and spiritual love.
Moreover, these people fear of rejection, which can be painful for them, but also for their partners as well. The frequent need for assurance can cause addictive behavior. Anyway, this does not mean all people with cleft chin are affection or $ex addicts.