Do you know all the awesome things your handwriting says about you? The study of handwriting - graphology - is an amazing way to learn all about yourself and the secrets of the personality of others. These graphology secrets will give you the power to learn all about someone with just their signature. If you’ve ever wondered what does your handwriting say about you, you HAVE to watch this video! We will give you the fast facts on handwriting analysis that will totally blow your mind. Try this video as a graphology test to learn the graphology secrets that you want to know. Get ready to be amazed with these 25 Awesome Things Your Handwriting Says About you.
If you want to learn what your handwriting says about you, then this video is a smart place to start. If you right big or small that says something about your personality! Similarly, if your handwriting slants to the left than that reveals deep personality secrets. If you write in cursive there are even more lurking in your handwriting that graphology can reveal. Pay attention to the loops in your cursive and the points on your cursive letters - this is where many of the handwriting secrets can hide. Ready to learn something new? Watch this video to learn 25 amazing things about handwriting and leave us a comment letting us know what you think about graphology!
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The handwriting of you and those your know is hiding tons of secrets that you can unlock with these graphology tips! Write something down and check out your handwriting styles and what they say about you or your friends. Have wide e loops? Seems like you’re open minded and like to try new things. Have a big and loopy l, then your handwriting says you’re relaxed and spontaneous! If you have a ton of pressure on your pen when you write, that also says something about you - and it’s not what you think! If you think the space between your letters and words is not important, then you’re wrong. Just as important as the letters you write is the space in between those letters - too much space means you could be pushing people away. Want to catch someone in a lie? Try these graphology secrets to catch even the best liar! Get ready to learn something new and see what graphology secrets are in our top 10.
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After I 1st listened to this I was intrigued to see where on the ‘t’ I crossed; my take away was that high was positive and confident and low was pessimistic and more insecure- having rewatched this now I realised that my interpretation was somewhat freestyle! Nevertheless I was curious and, in consideration to my current circumstances, was not surprised when I that I was crossing very low and consequently, that reflected being really depressed and uncomfortably apprehensive as I had been. On considération, I consciously crossed my ‘t’s as high as possible and it was absolutely remarkable: as I crossed the ‘t’ high I genuinely felt a lighter, lifted moment. At first it almost felt scratchy, like uncomfortable, but once I reconciled the connotation of that it was fascinating to explore that sensation.
Try it! And share your thoughts with me: if you feel something similar- or not at all!- or if you already do I high crossing try low then tell me what it feels like. 🔮+🤔
I am a retired Elementary School Teacher. I taught 1st and 3nd grades for 27 of the 30 years. When I write, I tend to want it to be perfect. After 30 years of trying to teach children, I know for those who are young or learning English, need to have a precision in the written language. I also volunteered to teach adults to read. They needed to have everything consistent.
I can identify with many, but I call BS on the a and o one. I don't always close them, especially if I'm writing in a rush, but I'm very good at keeping secrets. Now, if it's how well I can keep frustration and disappointment off my face, reflecting a bad secret, then yes, the a and o one would apply- that I can't keep that secret very well. Ask my mom, she can ALWAYS tell.
I am a self practicing graphologist and have been doing graphology since 1991. Out of the 25 points I have only agreed with the one point about the handwriting going upwards (optimist) and downwards (pessimist). All the other points are very abstract and double edge analysis. I am offering one time offer only to get FREE concise analysis (NOT ABSTRACT) about your character. All I need is your HANDWRITTEN FULL name and date of birth.
Character analysis is different from personality analysis. Character is something you are born with or you developed upon years of life experiences and personality is an image you projects to suit the environment. I hope to convert skeptics into shockers instead of being misled by statistic based psychoanalysis.
Not sure about the cursive.. i am studying to become a primary school teacher, so I had to learn how to write in cursive because that’s how we learn to write in my country. Before this, i did not write in cursive. Now I do, because I was taught to do so.
I have different handwriting throughout the day. It goes by what mood I'm in at that very moment when writing. My mood changes throughout the day. And it depends on how bad I really want to write. Some days I'm not in the mood but I have to do it anyway. While other times, I am into it and have relaxed writing. When I am stressed a little, it is more sloppy because I don't even care how it will appear. And when I am impatient about something, I write faster and sloppier just to get the writing done so I can get to another task.
I don't believe most of what you said. It all first starts with how they were taught to write, what way is more comfortable for them to handle the pen/pencil while writing, and how they actually want to present their writing.
I don't really care in how I write as long as I can still write, it's half readable, and I can still communicate through writing.
_“It’s a real thing that people study...”_ Oh well, in that case it must be true. I mean, they wouldn’t let you study it if it were just gobbledygook would they? No, it must be a valid field. As they say in Game of Thrones, “it is known” 🙄
The respectability of graphology within the scientific community has now been all but wiped out. A meta study (Jennings, Amabile, Ross 1982) of over two hundred separate, independent academic studies of graphology found that it had no more than a random chance of predicting personality or suitability for a particular job. We have to bow to the sheer weight of evidence against graphology. It has been completely discredited by the academic world, and has the same validity as astrology, phrenology or palm reading . . . . i.e. none.
Graphology is a meaningless, unsubstantiated pseudo science.
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I had heard that the spacing between words can indicate generosity and that a backward slant can be someone self-centered. That big lower loops can be someone focused on money "money bags" and that someone who makes their lower case letters like an incomplete 8 is mathematical. That lower letters that extend lower than average can be of someone very physical/sports/sex. That someone with very small handwriting is not only detail oriented but also intelligent. That someone who dots their i to the right might be impulsive and to the left rigid or overly cautious. That a forward slant can be indicative of someone who is emotional. That high letters, l's, for example, shows someone with high ideals...
Alot of handwriting depends on your education, and also if your artistic and what situation is at time of writing it. The signature I gave for permission to treat at the hospital for my heart attack looks nothing like my signature at all
So, what if a left-handed person was tortured to and are writing with their right hand now despite their instinctive left handedness.
In this case do all theories go out of the window?
I personally was made into a right handed... Buy only for writing.
As a result, my handwriting was all over the place during my school years. I was sticking to a style of writing for some time and soon giving it up for another.
As an adult I have adopted letters and numbers I have seen others do and Luke them, but I surely not have my personal style!
By the way... Knives, scissors, all tools - I always use my stronger left hand.
wait, what? Schizophrenia? I thought varying tilt would mean adaptable or something?
(although, I've found out I can make easy italicized letters by tilting the page I'm writing on, so which way my letters slant probably depends on what angle I'm writing on the page.)
The biggest problem w/ graphology is the lack of inclusion of physical variables. Someone w/ arthritis or beginnings of carpal tunnel have changes in their writing. Someone like me a Dyslexic, have all sorts of weird additions, and slants to their writing. We also write big in mixed messy cursive style. Unlined paper is our kryptonite. Just a few thoughts on the topic.
Your video is great and contains a lot of new interesting facts but I've missed a bunch of them because I didn't really got what you meant I wished it would have been clearer for retarded people like me 😂😂
Thank you soo much !!
Beg to differ about the signature being a mess when the handwriting is otherwise normal. As a manager I had to sign an initial hundreds of documents every day. Over time my signature and initials became completely unreadable due to efficiency AND it made my signature nearly impossible to forge. So, not stressed, hiding something, etc. Just being efficient and security conscious. 🎅🤶
Apparently my handwriting is pretty ordinary. With kids not being given cursive writing class in school these days and everyone emailing instead of writing letters, as I do, myself, it's a wonder everyone's handwriting isn't schizo.
My handwriting shifts from slanting left to slanting right in the middle of a word...
Shit. Schizophrenia runs in the family. Well then.
I do have D.I.D. tho so it might be related to that, since each of my personalities writes slightly differently.
Prophet Muhammad(saws) and imam Ali imam jafar sadeq said 1400 year ago :The Handwriting of Man is symbol of intellect and Merit..........this is bad luck of Muslims who gave up knowledge of ahlebait......and going to school of Munafiq SAHABA and becoming terrorists.
I write 2's with a loop because when I was in first grade my teacher was mean to me and when I made a normal 2 she said "What is THAT supposed to be??" when i said "Its a 2" she said "No its not! THIS is a 2, are you stupid?" and did the loop thing. 17 years later i still make my 2's with a loop.
My parents have very similar handwriting. Mostly cursive, though some letters might slip. I have seen a note that my father wrote, my mother replied and I thought my father was getting a brain damage, answering to himself. Plot twist: they didn't even get along back then. Also, I share a lot of similarities with my parents' handwriting but we are extremely different people. My brother, on the other hand, writes totally differently. However, he does have pretty much the same job as our father. So really, I don't see how can graphology can help with understanding someone.
Interesting. My hand writing is a mix of printing and cursive and yes I’m pretty relaxed. However I find as I get older, my writing is more and more like my mother’s and she is an extrovert of the highest order and I’m a classic introvert. I tend to write the way I’ve been told to write and that depended on which state school I attended at that time. NSW I had to print a number 2 as you see it typed here, but in Tasmania I had to use a loop. Victoria didn’t much care about numbers but they hated my Tasmanian style of cursive script and insisted I change it to something between that of NSW and Tassie. My hand writing literally seems to scribble all over the place.
I researched about graphology a lot and I tried it with my friends(I did it with the whole group) and we found a side of our friends we never knew about. All of the things I told them(that I didn’t know about them) were correct
I was lucky enough to have learned cursive back in 3rd grade. I moved to a different state where the school was less advanced academically. I had an 8th grade spanish teacher that required our answers to be in cursive. Many lacked the skills to do so and was frustrated that he was the only teacher who required that. Along the lines of learning cursive in 3rd grade, I also developed my fast typing skills. This time, IL did require students to take a class in that but still they were academically behind considering that I exceeded the tests back in 3rd. Now I don't think they even have those classes anymore as a requirement. I enter college and I see people who will type slow or with two fingers or with just one hand
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