Do you find faults with yourself all the time? Check your t-bars

January 12, 2012
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One Sunday in March 2008 when I was preparing to leave for work, a middle-aged woman from Sion came to my flat for handwriting analysis. She said she “urgently” needed help. I didn’t want to be delayed so we drove in her chauffeur-driven car to my office at CST and finished the analysis through the one-hour journey.

In the car, the woman fished out a handwriting sample from her purse. While I was scanning it, she brought out a postcard size photo of an extremely attractive girl. (I got scared. My father had called me up a couple of days ago, asking me get married. I didn’t know whether it was his ploy.)

I gave her a nervous smile, had a look at the photo and returned it to her.

“She’s 20 and she’s my only daughter…,” the woman said even as I examined the sample. When I looked up, I saw her eyes were brimming. “She’s in a problem. Can you help?”

“This girl hates herself.” As soon as I said this, I saw the tears. I resumed: “She feels she’s inadequate in all areas of life. Though she’s so pretty, she hardly thinks so….”

“That’s precisely why I showed you her photograph. Can we do something about it?”

After a detailed handwriting analysis, she dropped me at office and left.

I must tell you all that the girl was filled with terrible hatred for herself. She always disparaged herself and had appallingly low self-esteem. During the analysis, I also discovered that thoughts to end her life had also crossed her mind several times. (Her mother had caught her with several sleeping pills.)

The problem in her handwriting was shown by several self-sabotaging strokes, especially the t-bar (pic below) which almost touched the baseline and the small size of her writing. I personally know one such writer who is a looker and has a charming personality. But because she is “not fair”, she doesn’t like herself and believes that people might not want her around because of her complexion.

Low t-bar indicates low self-esteem

In handwriting analysis, there are many indicators of low self-esteem and t bar is one of them. Other indicators include signature size and height of capital letters.

After the analysis, I gave the woman a few handwriting exercises for her daughter, which were aimed at removing self-hurting strokes, and also a special practice set to raise her t-bars lifting her self-esteem. The exercise was very necessary for her because a healthy self-esteem enables one to be fair to one’s accomplishments or failures and judge them without bias.

Her mother spoke to me a few days later to tell me her daughter was showing signs of improvements.

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  • tangytama

    I am a graduate & a fairly successful student with a charming personality , however my self esteem is extremely poor even though I try to lift it up. Also, I lack in communication skills & get scared even when talking to a person I know. Plus, I am a heavy procrastinator..Please help!!

    • http://www.writechoice.co.in/writechoice Vishwas Heathhcliff

      We need to take a look at your handwriting. Please post your handwriting in Ask Questions section.

  • tangytama

    I am a graduate & a fairly successful student with a charming personality , however my self esteem is extremely poor even though I try to lift it up. Also, I lack in communication skills & get scared even when talking to a person I know. Plus, I am a heavy procrastinator..Also, recently I have lost the joy of living and cannot learn things quickly as I used to…Please help!!

    • http://www.writechoice.co.in/writechoice Vishwas Heathhcliff

      Dear Tarmeem, I expressly recommend a change in your signature. The details will be sent to you via email. We have decided not to charge for signature change because you are a student. The advice will be free of cost.

      Also, please inform us where you are from.

  • tangytama

    hey thanks for the response..I am from Mumbai..I would love to know about my signature change as well as changes in my handwriting to bring about improvements in my behavior.. waiting to hear from you 

  • Prashanth

    Hi Vishwas,

    Can you analyze my handwriting?

  • stu

    i dont think so sir..

    i think i hav a good handwriting..

    but i hate myself…i am tryin to change…but everytime i step outside(rare) or look into the mirror…i again go back to hating myself..

    i aint proud of it…

  • stu

    i dont think so sir..

    i think i hav a good handwriting..

    but i hate myself…i am tryin to change…but everytime i step outside(rare) or look into the mirror…i again go back to hating myself..

    i aint proud of it…

    • http://www.writechoice.co.in/writechoice Vishwas Heathhcliff

      Hello, I do not know what you mean by a “good handwriting”. There are several ways in which low self-esteem shows up in a handwriting sample.

  • Frinny

    What advice did you receive? I am almost identical to you (in the description of yourself)!

  • Angela McCall

    Hi Vishwas,

    Very interesting blog you’ve got here. I didn’t know anybody is doing this now. Years ago, I’ve studied Handwriting Analysis. My husband has lots of books about it. But I also studied it before we even got married.

    Anyway, it’ very true that the people who sets their T-bar very low have very low self-esteem. Also they have very little drive. People who crossed their T-bar at the tip of the stem normally reach their TARGET. I’m that way. My T-bar is always at the tip. It’s very hard for me to cross it lower or way above the tip where it’s very distance from the stem.

    Anyhoo, I was just passing by. Looking for the T-bar crossing the stem image. I’m in the midst of updating my blog and “handwriting analysis” is mentioned…and so I thought I’d look for an image.

    Thanks for sharing this interesting information…

    Angela

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