Handwriting Analysis: A Complete Self-Teaching Guide
Handwriting Analysis (previously published as Reading Between the Lines) by P. Scott Hollander is the most complete book available on the subject of graphology. The book clearly explains how to interpret the meanings of the slant of the letters and the baseline, whether letters are smooth or jagged, and how the letter "t" is crossed.
For example, if the letters have a slight slant to the right, it indicates a person who gets along well with others. A little more means that the writer has a greater need for the company of others. A further tilt to the right means the writer is less rational and more excitable. And, if the tilt if very extreme, it means that the person is dependent on others for ego-support. The book goes into more detail and gives examples so you can easily learn to detect the angle of writing.
Other topics include the size of the letters, the pressure of the pen and the high, middle, and low zones of the script. You'll learn the importance of capital letters (which indicate confidence) and the special identity words (which reveal the self-image). Then you will learn exactly how to do a complete session of interpretation, step-by-step through an entire analysis.
The book also shows you how to analyze the handwriting of children and how their words differ from those of adults. You'll see how handwriting can indicate health problems, with examples including everything from pain to drug addiction. The book explains how you can actually overcome a problem by changing your handwriting.
If you want to learn graphology, get this book.
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