Finding Mr. Write: A New Slant on Selecting the Perfect Mate

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Random House Publishing Group, 2000 - Self-Help - 234 pages
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Most women will agree that love letters are a great way into their hearts. They are more right than they know, but its a case of not seeing the trees for the forest. Instead of reading the letter, they should be checking out his lettering. As Beverley says, "handwriting is's frozen body language." Our handwriting is a true signpost to what's going on inside of us. Whatever thoughts or feelings we may repress come through on the page when we write. If you were buying a car, you'd want to get under the hood and check out the engine. If buying a house, you'd check the foundation for soundness. We don't seem to use these same good sense when it comes to relationships.In "Finding Mr. Write" Beverley will show you how to read your mate through his handwriting. Is he deceitful? Look to see if he has loops on both circles of his letters. How's his self-esteem? If the bar in his "t"s are crossed low, so are his feeling about himself. Is he stingy? If there's tightness between his words and letters he probably is. It's not just the letters that are clues. You'll also learn how to read his margins, the slope of his handwriting, even the pressure of his writing on the page.

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A master graphologist, East owns the handwriting-analysis firm Strokes and Slants of Washington, DC, and London, which has decrypted for the House of Representatives and Fortune 500 corporations. By ... Read full review


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Beverley East, a master graphologist, is a leading authority on handwriting. She is a founding member of the Association of Qualified Graphologists. She lives in Washington, D.C., and London with her husband and son. Her website is

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