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Graphology – Our Handwriting Speaks

Graphology – Our Handwriting Speaks

Our handwriting is like a polygraph that reveals a lot about ourselves. Here’s a little guide that will help you understand what your handwriting says about you.
By Cheryl Koh
When we write, our brain coordinates our hand. Our handwriting speaks volumes about our personality traits, character, experiences, problems, health and even talents. It is a result of a two-way flow between our brain and the muscles of our writing hand.
Pressure
Writers who put a lot of pressure on their handwriting are usually the highly successful ones. The ones who write with average pressure are usually moderately successful and energetic, whilst the ones who write without using much pressure are the ones who tend to avoid challenges and work.
Slants
The slant of a person’s handwriting strongly indicates the writer’s emotional state and response. A right slant (///) signifies a strong response to emotional situations. They are usually happy, loving and easygoing. Vertically-written alphabets (lll) show that the writer tends to keep emotions under wraps. They tend to keep their emotions intact, are more practical characters, and they rarely allowing emotions to get in the way. Writers who write with a left slant (\\\) are viewed as uncaring and indifferent. Not ones to be open with the way they feel, they tend to pretend to feel otherwise.
How To Tell?
The Discouraged Soul
The handwriting comes across as a lazy, sad and even, weak. It is boring-looking, you don’t want to read it. The writer has faced setbacks in life, is discouraged and unhappy.
Look out for:
  • Writing that lacks definition
  • Written lightly, with minimal force exerted on to the paper
  • ‘T’ bars drawn low on the ‘T’ stem
  • ‘I’s without ‘I’ dots
The Fearless Leader
The handwriting seems to dance across the paper. It is strong and cheerful, and it jumps out from the pages. Such handwriting belongs to someone who is ambitious, determined, and an achiever.
Look out for:
  • Strong and long defined strokes
  • Lines and strokes that slant upwards and to the right
  • Writes close to the right edge of the page
The Selfish Lover
The handwriting is rounded and large, and they look a lot like large zeros. The huge round alphabets show disregard for others. The generous use of space in the middle of alphabets represent self-centeredness and the love for comfort.
Look out for:
  • Huge and neat handwriting which seem to pop out
  • Alphabets are round with large loops
  • Letters like ‘l’, ‘d’ and ‘p’ have short stems
  • Alphabets are equally spaced
The Scatter-Brain
The handwriting floats all over the page in an out-of-control, disorganized manner. The owner of this type of handwriting is usually at mercy of the situation he is in. He rarely makes his voice heard and depends very much on others.
Look out for:
  • Large, messy, irregular handwriting
  • Handwriting that slants in different directions
  • Uneven, inconsistent sizes of alphabets
  • Loops and lengths vary
The Cynical One
The handwriting of such a character depicts aloofness and isolation. The writer tends to be rather cynical, uptight and disliked by others.
Look out for:
  • Evenly-spaced words
  • Small to middle-sized writing
  • Words are erect, without a slant
  • Alphabets are narrow-looking
  • Space on the page is often well-used
The Straight-Talker
This handwriting shows comfort, relaxation and confidence. The owner of such handwriting is tends to be informal, straightforward and down-to-earth.
Look out for:
  • Alphabets are usually large in size with a forward slant
  • Words are spaced luxuriously and horizontally
  • Handwriting is a tad untidy
  • Words have a dramatic effect
The Aggressor
He means no harm, has a good heart but often reacts with irritability, slight aggression and temperamental outbursts.
Look out for:
  • Sharp strokes and angles in alphabets
  • Short and sharp ‘T’ bars and stabbed ‘I’ dots
  • Some rounded alphabets
  • Huge spacing between words
The Misunderstood
The owner of the handwriting is usually someone lonely, timid and introverted without much initiative. He rarely speaks up for herself and often thinks of himself as the victim.
Look out for:
  • Small, rounded handwriting
  • Handwriting is largely spaced-out
  • Words are similar to prints
  • Lines slope gently downwards
Posted by ezyhealth on Apr 19 2011. Filed under Living. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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