Your signature tells about how you deal with world. How you behave or how you show yourself in world. May be you have different personality but you are pretending to be different in your professional life. All these things can be decipher through graphology.
Signature analysis is essential part of graphology. Graphology have limited accuracy because our handwriting changes with mood or we can manipulate our handwriting if we want. But still graphology has its own value and significance because when we write unconsciously we express our feelings and thoughts in our handwriting and these things only can be decipher through graphology.
In western countries graphology used for various purpose like crime investigation through handwriting of criminal. If we know how to use this handful tool graphology then it can be very beneficial for us in many aspects.
Handwriting analysis: What your handwriting says about you | Handwriting personality.
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Disclaimer:- I am not hand writing expert, I am just sharing my knowledge for sake of fun. Hope you understand.
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