You Can Analyze Your Own Handwriting
The answers to all these questions are written by everyone all the time. A slip of the pen is as revealing as a slip of the tongue, and when you know what to look for, even hidden character traits are as easy to read as ABC.
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What a knowledge of handwriting can do for you
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