Learn why your teacher told you to cross your t’s and dot your i’s

Remember your English teacher instructing you to cross your t’s properly and dot your i’s meticulously? It’s possible that she only intended to make your handwriting look attractive and graceful, but Graphology, the science of handwriting, says not crossing your t’s properly injures your self esteem and dotting your i’s casually messes with your concentration.

Here’s a video that will tell you in brief what it means if you cross your t’s and dot your i’s in a certain way.

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