Your handwriting can reveal how your childhood was and whether your parents loved you enough

November 5, 2012
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Every life has its own unique history, which shapes the personality of an individual, defines how the person is today and how she was yesterday. Interestingly, the history also profoundly influences the choices the individual is likely to make tomorrow.

Handwriting analysis not only recognises this journey and can decode some of the bumps, challenges and triumphs borne along the way, but can also fundamentally validate a person’s life journey. For example, something as obvious as the slant of the handwriting can tell a lot about the writer’s past. There are many more. Let’s find out:

What left slant of handwriting indicates

A left slant writer reveals the unresolved childhood experiences. Emotional insecurity, relationship disappointments and feelings of emotional wariness with regards to intimacy which has had a strong hold on this person’s life journey. (Read more about left slant)

What extreme right slant of handwriting reveals

An extreme right slant writer discloses the dramatically induced individual. Irrationality, anxiety and creativity reign within this individual. Feelings of being misunderstood and not fitting in are the hallmarks of this person’s life passage. (Read more about right slant)

 

What variable slant of handwriting reveals

A variable slant unveils the person whose parents were at loggerheads over the way to discipline their child. Inevitably, the child learned early to play one parent off against the other, resulting in a lack of discipline. Unpredictability, sensitivity to their environment, lack of inner self-discipline is this person’s life rhythm.

What rounded handwriting with middle zone emphasis reveals

Very rounded handwriting and concentrated in the middle zone, exposes a writer who has a strong need for love, nurturing and attention and is their driving inner voice.

What strictly straight baseline indicates

The individual, who uses a ruler as a guide for a baseline on unlined paper, is not only inflexible and disciplined but also thrives on a strict set of guidelines and routines. This person is unable to ask for help even when needed because he  learned early in life that he can only rely on himself.

What wide word-spacing or line-spacing indicates

Wide spacing between baselines and wide word-spacing (as seen in Charles Darwin’s handwriting below) whispers the inner loneliness of this writer. The deliberate distance shows that the writer is reserved and egocentric, and a struggle to form lasting friendships is this person’s signature tune. (Read more about word-spacing)

Charles Darwin handwriting

So, now you know how you should react when next time your next door neighbour appears aloof and reserved; your demanding co-worker yet again shows his  uncooperative nature; and your spouse displays his/her stubborn streak. With  graphology, you can try and be non-judgmental about people around you because handwriting analysis will reveal to you why that particular friend prattles on incessantly about his woes or achievements; why your parent talks about the same old things of yesteryear; or why someone you know keeps thinking about his past all the time.

Handwriting analysis will help you validate other people’s lives and actions. And if you can successfully validate others’ lives, be sure one day you can validate your own as well.

The author is a handwriting analyst based in Melbourne, Australia. She holds an advanced diploma from Cambridge School of Graphology and runs her own website
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  • http://www.facebook.com/marwa.abushaaban Marwa Saif AbuShaaban

    Non of these look like mine?!
    What does that mean?

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