For the past many years, we have been telling you about handwriting analysis in general and signature analysis in particular. We also know that some of you use graphology to impress your family members, friends and colleagues. Well, good luck to you! We hope you are doing it accurately.
Today, we will add one more piece to your knowledge of signature analysis.
In our various articles in the past, we have talked about various types of signatures. In this article, we will discuss what it means if someone uses two underlines in his signature.
If someone uses double underscores in his signature, it suggests two things:
First, it indicates that the writer may feel his public self-worth is inadequate. He may doubt his importance in relation to others around him. He is haunted by feelings of imperfections and incompleteness. On the other hand, a single underline indicates a healthy self-confidence and reaffirmation of the self. It indicates that person has a healthy ego, confidence.
Second, if someone uses two instead of one underline, it also means that the writer wants to force his will on others. He gets pushy with their ideas primarily because he feels that if his views are not paramount, he will not be considered important. In fact, the aggressive ambition of such people is indicative of their low self-esteem. (See the first point.)
In the example above, the signature is illegible. A person who guards his inner feelings in public always maintains a certain degree of illegibility in signature, says graphology. Also, illegible signature reflects the writer’s inclination to remain mysterious, impenetrable and enigmatic in his public life.
If you know someone who has two underscores in his signature, you may advise him or her to do away with one.
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