Your handwriting speaks volumes.
Your handwriting will answer some of your most pressing questions about yourself.
Here are some of the key things that you can learn about the real you – or anyone else – from as little as a single page of writing!
Your handwriting will help you to:
1. Find out about your strengths
You need to know your strong points if you want to take advantage of them and use them for your greater success. Fortunately, strengths stand out in handwriting. The stronger the trait the more evident it will be in your handwriting.
2. Recognize your weaknesses
While it’s important to be positive it’s also necessary to recognize your genuine limitations. If you can identify your weaknesses objectively you’ll be able to look at them without becoming too emotionally involved. In this way it will be much easier to manage them
3. Check your level of confidence
Whether you are genuinely confident or masking a deeper feeling of insecurity – your handwriting will reveal all. If lack of confidence is preventing you from achieving the success that you deserve you need to find reasons to believe in yourself. Your handwriting holds the clues.
4. Discover your hidden talents
Many talents go unrecognized and are sadly neglected – even ignored. A study of your handwriting can uncover hidden or latent leanings for you to develop. You may discover talents that you never dreamed you had.
5. Evaluate your will power and drive
Find out if you have the will-power and drive to achieve your desires. Discover which areas to concentrate on in order to improve them.
6. Check your Sociability
Your interpersonal relationships are vital to your happiness and well-being. Your handwriting will reveal how well you relate to others either in crowds or on a one to one basis.
7. Check your Relationship Compatibility
Find out if you and your partner are compatible or not – and furthermore, identify the problem areas. Pinpoint the personality differences that prevent you from getting on with your partner or cause you to clash with a loved one.
8. See how you Deal with Conflict
Do you run away from your difficulties, or do you challenge them head-on? Do you become defensive or even aggressive? Your handwriting will tell you.
9. Understand yourself
Understanding yourself is vitally important if you want to have a meaningful relationship. It’s also important to be able to see yourself as others see you. So the question is: How well do you know yourself?
10. Understand others
Are there people you would like to understand better? If so you can uncover their motives and appreciate why they behave the way they do. You just need a bit of know-how!