The Loops We Are Thrown Into

The Loops We Are Thrown Into The loop stroke in handwriting indicates the writer’s level of imagination, emotion, and feeling. So, by definition, loopy handwriting means that the writer is an imaginative, emotional, feeling person. Whether the writer wants to be kept in the loop, is loop-legged, or just plain fruit-loops depends on the length, width, and where the loop occurs in the

The Loops We Are Thrown Into2020-11-25T18:26:36+10:00

Fears in Handwriting

Fears in Handwriting Researchers in psychology have identified six distinct facial expressions which correspond to the six universal emotions. These are happiness, surprise, anger, disgust, sadness, and fear. Some researchers add a seventh emotion, which is contempt. Of these six or seven universal emotions, fear is the most perplexing, because it morphs into so many different forms. The root is fear, but it

Fears in Handwriting2020-11-25T18:27:00+10:00

Dark Triad of Handwriting

The Dark Triad of Handwriting Malevolent, malicious, malignant. The three m’s that describe the “Dark Triad” of personality traits which consist of narcissism, psychopathy, and Machiavellianism. In handwriting there is not one stroke of the pen that pegs the writer specifically as any one of the three horses on this troika. However, a conclusion can be inferred when the analyst is able to stack

Dark Triad of Handwriting2020-11-21T19:56:13+10:00

Why can Handwriting be Analyzed?

The Study of Handwriting, Graphology The word graphology is defined as follows: the study of handwriting, especially when regarded as an expression of the writer’s character, personality, abilities, etc.  “Graphology” originates from Greek: grapho = writing, and logy (logos) = the theory of writing.  We all learn to write the same way, but as the writing becomes automated, it changes to reflect individual style

Why can Handwriting be Analyzed?2020-11-21T21:52:13+10:00
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