Do you have sloppy handwriting, or nun-sactioned perfect script?
Some people — doctors, famously – have some of the worst handwriting on the planet. Some say it’s because they are so busy that they don’t have time to write a perfect note to the pharmacist or in your chart. Others say it’s just sheer laziness.
But there are ways to INTERPRET WHAT HANDWRITING STYLES MEAN, so let’s take a quick look at some of the more basic details:
- If you write with small letters, you are shy or withdrawn. Average-sized letters show you as being well-adjusted. If you write with large letters, you are more out-going and people-oriented.
- If you write with narrow spacing between words, then you are more intrusive with your interactions with others; wide spacing between words shows that you prefer to be away from crowded situations
- Do you write with a slant? No slant shows practicality. Slants to the right are for more open-minded people, while slants to the left are more loner-types
- How do you dot your i’s? If you dot your eye with a circle, you are more child-like than those who don’t.
- If you write quickly, you show impatience vs a slow writer who shows that they are more methodical.
- A legible signature shows confidence. An illegible signature indicates that the person tends to be more private
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