Handwriting can reveal so much about a person. Your style of writing can give away cues about personality traits based on simple things, such as the way you space your letters or how you connect the letters. That’s not it, experts say handwriting can also hint towards underlying health problems such as high blood and schizophrenia. This process of handwriting analysing is called graphology. Although, there’s still quite a debate on the accuracy of this prediction through handwriting, here’s what you can find out from your handwriting.
Small handwriting can reflect personality traits like shyness, focused concentration, meticulousness, and studiousness. People with large handwriting can be more attention-loving, outgoing, and people-oriented.
If you notice wide spacing between words in an individual’s writing style then the person can be someone who enjoys their freedom and doesn’t prefer crowds or to be overwhelmed. On the other side, the narrow spacing between the words can be a clear sign that the person can’t stand to be in isolation and likes to be with other people’s company.
You will see a lot of creative people are more likely to have rounded letters in their handwriting. Pointed letters can signify aggressiveness, intense emotions, intelligence, and curiosity in people’s minds. Well connected letters can come from logical and systematic people who likes to be a perfectionist.
People who like to put the dot of a letter high above its base can have strong imagination skills while others placing the dot very close to the base can be organized and empathetic in nature. Aligning dot a little on the left side can reflect procrastination whereas people who like to draw a closed circle as a dot can have a child-like personality. A few rare people also used a slash or dash looking sign for the dots of the letters like ‘i’s and ‘j’s. This is more common among overly self-critical people.
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