Why is school bullying increasing at such an alarming rate? And why are schools so powerless to stop it?
Articles & Insights into the world of handwriting.
When our need to be noticed becomes so deeply ingrained in our personalities that it becomes outwardly obvious, it also becomes apparent in our handwriting.
You can tell a lot about bullies and their victims simply by glancing at their handwriting. It’s obvious even to a lay person.
It’s hardly surprising that school bullying is one of the greatest causes of depression, anxiety, sleeplessness and psychological problems among school-going children. Bullying is far from harmless teasing. It’s vicious and hurtful and it makes…
How can you tell if the child you are dealing with is too much of a perfectionist?
Sadness can settle on our personalities like a cloud that won’t lift and when this happens it is reflected in the way we walk, in the way we carry our heads and even in the way we dress.
It becomes a part of how we express ourselves and when it reaches that stage, it’s hardly surprising that it is also reflected in our handwriting.
The need for attention can manifest in strange ways and sometimes it takes on bizarre forms. But basically it’s about the need to be heard and a desire for recognition.
The inability to assert yourself is a fear that comes in many guises and it can have several repercussions. For reasons of your own you prefer to avoid even the tiniest possibility of a conflict.
Our private fears and personal demons may look small to someone else but in our own minds they loom hugely like dark, threatening shadows.