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Old 05-13-2009
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Of all the different methods out there for finding key
traits, graphology, the analysis of handwriting,
seems to make some sense.
Think of how much handwriting varies from one
individual to another; even the difference between
signaturesó legible versus illegible, signed with flourish
or indistinctósuggests something about the person.

Each characteristic implies
something different about the writerís personality.


Space can operate in a variety of ways when it comes to handwriting.
There are two main things to consider: space between words and space between sentences.
Thatís why using an unlined piece of paper is essentialójust how much space we put between sentences can provide insight.

Spacing Between Words: According to graphology, this represents your comfort level when it comes to socializing.
Having very little space in between words, like in the photo above, suggests that you are a people-person who craves social contact.
A large gap indicates that you have trouble relating to others and might prefer being solo. Those with an average
amount of space fall somewhere in the middle.

Spacing Between Sentences in Paragraphs: If itís difficult to determine one line from another (i.e., thereís almost no space separating them),
your thoughts might be a bit jumbled and confused. On the other side of the spectrum, large spaces are associated with sharp perception and
meticulousness. Average spaces represent a balance between the two.


Another reason to use unlined paper is to analyze the direction your lines travel naturally, such as if they ascend across
the page or remain steadily straight. Supposedly, the baseline tells us about our emotional health.

Straight: Someone who writes in an exactly straight line could be rigid and methodical, to the point where he/she sees being emotional
as having a lack of discipline. Mostly straight lines speak well of a personís level of self-control and success in a variety of trades.

Ascending/Descending: If the baseline slopes upward as you write from left to right (as it does in the picture below),
graphologists would say that you have a positive outlook and are generally enthusiastic and determined.
If it slopes downward, that suggests depression, lethargy, or a tendency toward moodiness.

Very Wavy: When lines look like the outline of a roller coaster, it might mean that the writer feels emotionally unstable.
However, having a slight wave for a baseline is common and generally indicates a balanced emotional outlook.


Whether writing slants toward the left or right, or if itís fairly vertical, relates to oneís emotional reaction to situations.

Left Slant (\\\): If your writing slants toward the left, itís possible you have trouble expressing
yourself and come off as indifferent and distant to those around you.

Vertical (|||): A lack of slant in writing suggests that youíre guided by logic more than your emotions,
but that thereís a fair balance between the two.

Right Slant (///): People who write with a forward slant, such as the example pictured below,
follow their hearts and are usually more empathetic and caring than most.


According to graphologists, how big or small oneís font is represents their concentration skills.

: This type of writing, as shown below, often belongs to someone with a high concentration level and
a superior attention to detail. She operates best when given one task at a time and the ability to tackle it alone.

Those who use average-sized characters can concentrate just enough to be effective,
but not so much that they get caught up in the minute details.

Large: Bigger handwriting could point to a fast-moving mind that has trouble focusing on one thing for too long,
preferring a variety of responsibilities and tasks.


People who study handwriting, such as life coach Elaine Ness, feel that our signatures demonstrate how we want to be seen by others.
Theyíre indicative of our public identities, but not necessarily our true selves. To best understand how signatures relate to the self,
compare it to plain text, such as the body of a written letter.

Legible/Illegible: This relates to communication, particularly when it follows something the person has written him/herself.
If the signature is legible, the person feels comfortable with whatís expressed and wants to associate with it; an illegible signature
implies the opposite. And if the text and the signature are completely different (the text is legible and the signature is not, or vice versa),
that means the individual is adopting a public persona thatís different from the private one.

An illegible signature alone, like the one pictured above, possibly indicates that the person isnít all that interested in being
publically recognized. And according to Psychology Today, if part of the signature is crossed through, it could be a sign that
the person fears negative judgment or is insecure about public perception.

Elaborate/Understated: A splashy signature with lots of loops or underscores might belong to someone who likes to show off
and craves the spotlight. Some say that having a long line or swoop at the end of a signature is another sign of a person wanting
to be noticed, especially if it rises above the rest of the signature. If the signature is small or is almost indistinguishable from the rest
of the personís handwriting, that could mean he is shy and modest.

Spacing: What kind of space lies between the first name and last name (or middle name/initial, if thatís included in the signature)?
The bigger the gap, the more a person is attempting to remove him or herself from a familial identity and focus on an individual one.
The large space between Jane and Doe in the signature below indicates a tension and separation between the two.


"The heart has its reasons which reason knows nothing of."
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hmm interesting .. tfs manu
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