Your Handwriting Says a Lot about Your Personality
September 12th, 2017
Handwriting is one of the most common ways to communicate. Not just the words, but the way you write them says a lot about the person who has written it. Graphology, as the study of handwritings is called, has been in practice for over 100s of years. In the professional field, forensic experts examine handwritings to sketch the personality of the victims or the criminals. In addition, autographs and signatures are also examined in order to make sure that they are not fake or forged. Here are some ways your handwriting can reveal your true character.
According to studies, people who like to keep considerable space between their words prefer to stay independent. On the contrary, the ones who like keep smaller spaces between words wish to stay among people. They hate being left out.
If your writing does not touch the top line in a standard ruled sheet of paper, you may be taken for an introvert and timid. Contrarily, the ones who prefer to keep their handwritings larger are often considered to be confident and outgoing.
Dots on your i’s
Placing the dot high means you have imaginative personalities and those writing it off to the left tend to procrastinate. If your handwriting shows a circle instead of a dot then you allegedly possess a childlike quality, and using a dash is said to be typical of overly critical individuals. Only organized and emphatic people place the dot firmly above the ‘I’ when writing by hand.
Crossing your t’s
The length of your T-cross reveals further personality traits; long crossers are purportedly determined and enthusiastic, and short T-crossers are lazier.