Your Handwriting Explained (further)

Photo Credit: Charles Elliot’s handwriting to Clara Elliot
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In earlier posts, I’ve given a few examples of how our handwriting shows a lot about our personalities.  In this post I’ll get more into the letters.  For example:

Write this sentence in cursive if possible.  Sam’s flem flam flemming in a serious  situation will likely cause more issues.

Ok, take a look at your upper loops in your f’s and l’s.  Is the loop wide or thin?  A wide loop suggests that you’re ‘open’ to the opinions or suggestions of others.  A closed loop suggests the opposite.  If you’ve ever tried to convince someone of something and no matter how hard you tried they just wouldn’t go for it, this person probably has very narrow loops if any at all.  On the other hand the person that seems to go whichever way the wind blows probably has almost circular loops.

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Next, take a look at your m’s and n’s.  Are they wide, narrow, or medium-sized?  Wide m’s or n’s typically show the Physical personality (extrovert).  Narrow m’s and n’s typically indicate an Emotional personality (introvert).  Medium sized m’s and n’s indicate more of a balance between the two.

Does your s look like the number eight?  This is normally an indicator of artistic qualities.  The ‘normal’ s indicates the ability to fit in or follow directions.

Lastly,  look at your lower loops in the g’s and y’s.  If your loops are big wide and connect back to the base line or the u part of the y, you are most likely a Physical.  If your loops curl near the bottom or go straight down without curving at all, you’re most likely an Emotional.

In this technological revolution the art of writing is being lost to the convenience of doing it faster. Writing is therapeutic in that it reveals our emotional states and can actually change them when directed to do so.

Take a look at your mates writing, if it’s the opposite of yours, this is normally a sign of good compatibility.  I didn’t say it means you’re supposed to be with this specific person, just that you are compatible with them.  Don’t worry if your handwriting is the same as theirs, this is only for entertainment purposes and something fun to know.

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3 responses to “Your Handwriting Explained (further)

  1. Very interesting post here. My husband’s handwriting is quite literally chicken scratch as mine is very legible. Working in an office full of women, its interesting to decipher handwriting as it roams around the office. Now that I know who’s handwriting is who’s, I’m going to use this tool to learn more about my co-workers! 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

    • Hey McAuley & Crandall, thanks for stopping by. It’s really fun seeing how much people’s handwriting says about them, especially our own! Good luck!!

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