Your Resting Bi*tch Face (RBF) may be contributing to your depression. Charles Darwin observed a strong connection between the physical expressions of emotions and the intensity with which those emotions are felt. He called the glabella muscles, located between the eyebrows, the “grief muscles.” The Glabella is comprised of the Procerus and Corrugator muscles. These muscles are depressors, meaning they pull the structures they attach to down. When we contract these muscles, we pull our eyebrows down and inward, expressing negative emotions such as fear, sadness, anger, and frustration – emotions that are prevalent in individuals diagnosed with depression.