Graphology: What Does Your Handwriting Say About You?



Your handwriting  can indicate more than 5,000 different personality traits, according to the science of graphology. (So can the actual words themselves and much more accurately but for the purposes of this article, we’ll stick to handwriting analysis.) In the example cited below, we are following a class to new students to this field by graphologist Kathi McKnight.  Ms. McKnight has the students hand write the phrase she sells seashells by the seashore in cursive.  Why cursive? Graphologists state it gives them a better read on a person. Go ahead, write out the phrase in cursive.

If your writing curves…

she slants

To the right: You are open to the world around you and an extrovert.

To the left: You generally like to work alone or behind the scenes. If you are right-handed and your handwriting slants to the left, you may be expressing rebellion.

Not at all: You tend to be logical and practical. You are guarded with your emotions.


If the size of your letters is…

sells size

Large: You have a BIG personality. Many celebrities have large handwriting. It suggests that you are outgoing and like the limelight. 

Small: You are focused and can concentrate easily. You tend to be introspective and shy.

Average: You are well-adjusted and adaptable.


If your loops are…

seashells loops


Full for L: You are spontaneous and relaxed and find it easy to express yourself.

Closed for E: You tend to be skeptical and are unswayed by emotional arguments.

Full for E: You have an open mind and enjoy trying new things.

Next week we pick up this particular lesson with : If Your S’s Are…  (In the interim, feel free to secretly ascertain and read the handwritten notes, letters and signatures of your spouse, co-workers, arresting officer, etc.)
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(Reposted with permission.) 

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