Hidden in wide loops and slanted letters are hints of our personality and quirks. A professional handwriting expert can reveal a writer's faults, fears, motivations, temper, ambitions and more. Graphology has been used to analyze historical figures, corporate recruits and even criminal masterminds. Although no single handwriting component can simply define a person, graphology analyzes major traits which equal behaviors.
Appearances can be deceiving but handwriting never lies.
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Graphology, also known as handwriting analysis is the analysis and interpretation of a person's character traits through handwriting.
The science of graphology uses at least 300 different handwriting features in its investigative approach. The graphologist's (Handwriting Analyst Expert) interpretation skill is in art of understanding a particular blend of handwriting features—Your handwriting is as individual as your thumbprint because every loop, squiggle and stroke reveals amazing details about your strengths, weaknesses, relationships and even about your past.
Graphology is actually a very old and respected science—the study of handwriting and its analysis was first developed by the Chinese 3,000 years ago.
Looks can be deceiving, but handwriting never lies and it is an amazingly accurate tool for assessing how people think, feel and act or how they are going to act.
Handwriting can reveal behavioral traits because in handwriting every stroke equals a trait and every trait equals a behavior.
The letter "t" is one of the most important letters in analysing handwriting; because it reveals more than 30 different personality character traits.
Our thinking processes are revealed in the way we form our m's and n's. M's also reveal if a person if self-conscious or a diplomat.
A tall initial stem on a small letter p reveals someone who likes to be right, and prefers an argument to compromise. They often find themselves in the center of controversy. This writer wants to prove a point rather than reach an agreement. To this writer–any subject is debatable!
You'll find this stinger-like hook (in middle zone letters c, d, or a) stroke in individuals who have issues with the opposite sex. The writer tends to be angry towards memebers of the opposite sex and yet they are usually attracted to these alpha people as they can be a short-term challenge for them. But once the writer feels totally in control of the relationship, they will become bored and move on.
A few OMG TRAITS! if you find just one of these strokes in a persons writing you shouldn't panic but if you find the same strokes throughout or a combination of these strokes you should probably RUN LIKE MAD!!!!
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