What Does Your Handwriting Say About You?
Graphology is the study of handwriting, especially when employed as a means of analyzing a writer's character, personality, abilities, etc.
How you write can indicate more than 5,000 different personality traits.
In the medical field, it can be used to refer to the study of handwriting as an aid in diagnosis and tracking diseases.
You are out-going, people oriented, outspoken & love attention. This can also mean that you put up a front and pretend to have a lot of confidence.
You are shy or withdrawn, studious, concentrated and meticulous.
You are well-adjusted and adaptable
spacing between words
You enjoy your freedom and don't like to be overwhelmed or crowded
You can't stand to be alone. You tend to crowd people and be intrusive.
You don't let your emotions get the best of you. You tend to be logical & practical.
Slants to the right
You are open to new experiences & enjoy meeting new people.
Slants to the left
You tend to keep to yourself and generally like to work behind the scenes. If you are right-handed & your handwriting slants to the left, you may be expressing rebellion.
shape of the letters
You are creative and artistic
You are more aggressive, intense, very intelligent & curious.
You are logical, systematic, & make decisions carefully
Narrow "L" loops
You may be restricting yourself, which could lead to feelings of tension.
Wide "L" loops
You're relaxed & spontaneous; self-expression comes easily to you.
Narrow "e" loops
You tend to be skeptical of others; you tend not to be swayed by the emotions of others.
Wide "e" loops
You are open minded & enjoy trying new experiences.
dotting your i's
High over the "i"
You have a great imagination.
to the left of the "i"
You tend to be a procrastinator.
Slashing your i's
Overly self-critical, don't have a lot of patience for inadequacy or people that don't learn from their mistakes
Circle your i's
Right over the "i"
You are detail-oriented, organized, and emphatic in what you say or do.
crossing your t's
Very top of the T
You're ambitious, optimistic, & have good self esteem
You are very determined & enthusiastic. However, you tend to be stubborn & have a hard time letting things go.
You tend to be lazy & show lack of determination
open & closed o's
You are talkative, social, able to express your feelings, have little secrecy.
You are very private, limited to sharing your personal feelings, introvert
lowercase cursive "s"
Round lowercase cursive "s"
You are a people pleaser & tend to avoid confrontation.
Pointy lowercase cursive "s"
You enjoy learning new things. You are inquisitive & ambitious. The higher and pointier the peaks, the more ambitious you are.
Wide toward the bottom
You might not be following your heart in your career or other pursuits.
Left hand margin
You tend to live in the past & have a hard time letting go of things.
Write all over the page
You can't sit still or relax. Your mind is constantly running.
Right hand margin
You fear the unknown; you contstantly worry about the future.
You are good with commitment & taking things seriously. If the pressure is excessively heavy, you tend to be uptight and can react quickly to criticism.
You are sensitive and show an empathy to people, but you also have lack of vitality.
if you write quickly
You are impatient, dislike delays or time wasters.
if you write slowly
You are more organized, methodical & self reliant.
You are very private, hard to read, or understand.
You are confident & comfortable in your own skin; you don't need to pretend you're something you're not.
Handwriting that is bunched up, moved out of alignment, or otherwise different from the rest of the writing indicated a lit...
writing "I" to refer to yourself
People who make their capital "I" (to refer to themselves) larger than other capital letters tend to be arrogant
People who make their capital "I" (to refer to themselves) smaller than other capital letters tend to be happy with themselves.
what your handwriting says about your health
High Blood Pressure
Writing with variable pressure is one possible indicator that you have high blood pressure, especially when it goes from light to dark.
Handwriting deteriorates as the mental facilities deteriorate. One of the many factors includes handwriting that changes to irregular or altered letters coupled with trembles in the writing. The writing will also slow down.
When the slant varies within a sentence or within the same word frequently, it is one form of evidence the person is not having continual contact with reality.
One of the signs of Parkinson's disease is very small of cramped handwriting - micrographia. Sometimes the handwriting can become so small even the write cannot read it.
Handwriting with heavy pressure - where the writing appears dark, or shows through the back of the paper - indicated high levels of energy.
A light pressure indicates a lack of every or tiredness.
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