When so much of our lives are made up of typing and texting applications, how is anyone supposed to have good handwriting nowadays?
After going through the book, you will be able to look at a signature and know what it says about the personality of the person who has written it.
You heard it right. There is a handwriting analyst who changed her handwriting to lose weight. And guess what! She succeeded. Hear it from her
The reason is simple: Learning cursive handwriting, especially in grades 4-6, has a direct positive effect on cognitive growth and also helps children with disabilities such as dyslexia.
The days of using pen and paper may be numbered and the traditional way of jotting down a hand-written note appears to be becoming redundant
A woman recounts how an old birthday card brought alive the memories of her mother. She writes: 'Stuff wears out. Gets broken. Lost. But written memories are more precious than all the stuff we have stacked away in closets'
Graphology not only examines behaviour, but also reveals why people behave in a certain way. Graphology can make you a good personality judge.
Students who take notes by hand outperform students who type, and more type these days, new studies show
Look at the signature to know whether someone is an alert person or not. Find out where it will show in the signature.
As we relegate cursive handwriting to the first few years of schooling, are we losing anything? The answer is yes. Do not abandon cursive. Find out why...