Thursday, November 27, 2008


Here's a quick look at what your handwriting might be saying about you (source: Wikipedia):

A forward slant indicates high emotional expressiveness.
Vertical handwriting indicates moderate, restrained emotional expression.
A left slant indicates emotional withdrawal.

General shape of the strokes
Circular handwriting indicates an agreeable, easygoing nature.
Angular handwriting with sharp points indicates aggressiveness, directness, and high energy.
Square handwriting indicates a real world, practical based approach.
Squiggles and irregular strokes indicate an artistic and non standard approach.

Individual letters
The letter "t" has the largest number of interpretations. For example where the horizontal "bar" of the t is placed on the vertical "stem" indicates where one places their goals, while the height of the t stem indicates the potential to accomplish those goals.
A low t bar indicates goals or self esteem set lower than what can be accomplished.
A t bar high on the stem indicates goals set high and a high self esteem.
A t bar that is above the stem indicates setting goals higher than can be accomplished.
A cursive y that has been crossed back over ornately or several times can indicate a perverted state of mind.

The emotional intensity behind a person's behavior
The heavier the pressure, the more intense the emotions of that person.
The pressure on the paper can also indicate the level of stress that the person is experiencing. (The more pressure applied, the more stress the person is under.)

And now, some random samples of handwriting analysis found on the web (click on image for larger view):

Gotta go! Time to practice my 't'! ;)

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