In the previous post, we discussed what small handwriting means, and it says about the personality. In this post, we will talk about what large handwriting reveals about a writer.
1) Thinking big
Large handwriting shows that writer thinks big. His social circle is usually large (unless the word-spacing is abnormally wide), and he has a number of friends. They love to party and remain in groups. The desire to be surrounded by people emanates from their internal need to be appreciated and loved by others. Most celebrities have big handwriting and signatures.
Please note here that I am talking about large handwriting, not medium. I give below two large handwriting samples. One belongs to Paris Hilton, the other to Elvis Presley.
2. People’s person
People with large handwriting are usually loved by people because of their flamboyance. They become the life of a party and take initiatives. They like to be around people and get really uncomfortable and egdy when they are left alone.
3. Lack of concentration
Such writers often hate to be tied down to jobs that require monotonous repetition because they cannot stay focused. Their minds wander off quickly. Hence, they do not prove to be very productive on desk jobs. But they exhibit exemplary efficiency when they are put in sales, marketing or public relation jobs. The reason: they love people and connect with them fast.
4. Carefree souls
People who have big handwriting do not worry about small things. They are quick to leave behind unpleasant experiences and get on with life. They do not think about anything for long, and prefer to shrug off issues with considerable ease. However, there are exceptions to this conclusion in case the individual writes with high pressure and narrow margin on the left.
5. Ignore them at your own risk
If you are a large writer, you know it very well that you need a lot of attention. Same goes for people with large, flamboyant signatures. They like to remain the centre of attention in social gatherings, and interestingly they leave no stone unturned to ensure they get. Nothing upsets or annoys them more than being ignored.
Also read: What small handwriting means