What does your handwriting say about you?

Graphology ImageEver wondered what your handwriting says about you? Even in this age of emails and text messages, there are still times when we find ourselves having to pick up a pen and write something down – but what does the way we write tell others about who we are?

Ever wondered why some job applications have to be handwritten? You’ve guessed it, a handwritten version says more about you than a typed-up version ever will.

Unlock the secrets of your i dots, t bars and loops. Discover the importance of size, spacing, margins and slant. Unravel the character traits hidden in your own signature.

A new 5 week course will introduce everything you need to know to find out just what your handwriting is saying about you.

If you’re an individual interested in joining a course like this, or you work in a centre where you think this course could run, contact Lindsey on 07760 337 893 for a chat.

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  1. Individuals use personality testing in the interest of self-improvement, to gain a better understanding of their selves. Employers use personality testing to find qualified personnel. Psychologists use testing for personality evaluation and therapy.

    Handwriting analysis is a method of identifying, evaluating, and understanding a person’s personality through the patterns revealed by his handwriting. Whether you mind your “p”s and “q”s and dot your “i” and cross your “t”s can say a lot about how you think and behave.

    The scientific validity behind it is debatable, but handwriting analysis is still often been used as a means to determining a person’s nature and personality traits.

    Thanks

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