Link between past relationships & left margin of the handwriting?

Famous handwriting expert Beverly East says, “The manner in which a man fills a blank page is a reflection of how he perceives himself functioning in his environment.” In other words, the space you occupy on a page corresponds to how you see your life. For example, the margins on a page indicate the boundaries that we set for ourselves, how we look at ourselves, how considerate we are towards others and how connected or isolated we are from the world around us.

Because handwriting analysis is a vast subject, in this post I will restrict myself to just one aspect of handwriting: the left margin. Generally speaking, one of the things the left margin shows is the writer’s comfort level with the past. So, now you know the answer to the question I asked in the headline.

If you keep talking or thinking about your past most of the time, it is possible that there is some anomaly in your left margin. Ideally, the margin on your left side of the paper ought to be one inch. The extent of deviation or departure from the normal reveals the degree of discomfort you have with the past.

I analysed the handwriting sample of a few people troubled by their past. One of them was a girl persecuted by the failure in her past relationship in which she had invested a lot. In her case, the past took precedence over her present and the future. See her handwriting and read her full story.

If you want to know a little more about the margins in handwriting, watch the video below.

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  • Franz Morrison

    I completely agree. If I am writing and even by chance accidentally write beyond the left margin, I’d rip out page. The strange thing is that I don’t write beyond the faint print of the right margin from the next page either.
    I write very large, and only in the vertical centre of the page. Any suggestions?

    • Vishwas Heathhcliff

      Difficult to say anything without seeing the handwriting, Franz.