Throughout our life, we spend thousands of hours solving brainteasers. This happens mostly during our childhood when we attend school.
No matter what class you went to, education is designed to challenge your mind so it can develop and grow. As a result, it became easier to concentrate and take in new information.
As an adult, you don’t come across puzzles as often anymore, which is a shame. However, I’m happy that I don’t have to go to school anymore.
With that said, it is still important to exercise the brain every now and then.
This can be done in many ways, and none is better or worse than the other. The important part is to challenge the mind.
Lots of fun challenges
Perhaps the most traditional ones are Crossword puzzles or Sudoku, which have been featured in newspapers and magazines for generations.
But thanks to the internet, you can quickly find a wealth of tricky – and exciting – puzzles.
Below we find a perfect example of this.
Which woman is the child’s mother?
The puzzle below is completely different from the problems you solved back on school days, but difficult nonetheless.
Below, we can see a picture of two women sitting opposite each other. In the middle of them, a child is playing.
Can you figure out which of them is the child’s mother? Can you figure it out?
It’s not easy, but there is one small detail that reveals the correct answer.
If you don’t manage to come up with it, we’ll report the solution below.
Here is the mother
Okay, do you have your answer ready?
Below the next picture, you can see the correct answer.
Image source: PexelsThe correct answer: the woman on the right is the child’s mother.
Why? Well, because the child playing in the middle of the room is facing her. It is common for children to face their mother whenever they are in the same room. It is an instinct response.
Did you get it right? Congratulations in that case!
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