Here are some common handwriting traits and how they correspond to one’s personality, according to numerous handwriting experts.
– Small writing
Shows the ability to concentrate, modesty, pragmatism, and objectivity. Subjects are usually introverted and do not want to be noticed.
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– Average-size writing
Indicates a writer who is realistic, sociable, and for the most part, able to negotiate the demands of his world.
– Large writing
Shows someone who is enthusiastic, needing a lot of emotional and physical space and desirous of attention and recognition.
– Huge writing
Someone who doesn’t observe boundaries, is very concerned with presentation and often unconcerned with others.
– Thin stroke
Narrow writing or thin stroke often means introspection, ability to concentrate, a quick thinker and someone not always able to obtain emotional release.
– Medium stroke
Someone who is able to make adjustments, has clarity, is a good problem solver, adaptable, and more often than not, wants to communicate with others.
– Thick stroke
Usually confident; wants to get points across; is resourceful with a cool temperament. This type of writing can also mean one lives through one’s senses and could also show a strong libido.
– Backward angle
Is an introvert; looks into self; dwells in the past; withdraws from others; has difficulty expressing emotions; difficultly in communicating with and getting along with others.
– Upright angle
Self-reliant, self-disciplined, focused on the present, often needing independence and introspection.
– Normal angle
This is the most common slant of all. This person is usually empathetic and in control of his or her emotions. Can relate well to the world around him.
– Forward angle
Taking initiative, goal-oriented and forward thinking. This person has sympathy for others, feels others pain and usually has a low tolerance level.
– Far-forward angle
This person expresses everything through their emotions.
– Mixed angles
Mixed slants often mean confusion of values or volatility of temperament, and, at times, deception.
A lack of reserve, lack of self-knowledge, thrifty, unclear judgment and often an inability to listen.
Disciplined, reliable and seeking legibility.
Analytical mind, well-organized, well-mannered, detached, and clear judgment. At times, the writer might feel anxiety and social isolation.
Disciplined, concerned about legibility, adaptable and open-minded.
Ability to concentrate; good focus.
Often highly intuitive.
Inhibited, shy, introverted, with a lack of emotional release.
– Spread out
Impatient, extravagant, enthusiastic about reaching goals.
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