25 AWESOME Things Your Handwriting Says About You – Graphology Secrets Revealed!

Did you know your handwriting is a mirror
into your personality? It might sound weird, but it's a real thing
that people study. Called Graphology, it's the study of the human
personality through writing. By looking at the small details, graphologists
can determine what your handwriting says about you, like if you're an introvert or an extrovert,
whether you're detail oriented, or if you're a tense person. Of course, like most personality tests, not
all graphologists agree with each other. And, honestly, some scientists believe graphology
is a pseudoscience. So, while this can be a fun way to analyze
your writing, it's probably best to take it with a grain of salt and not too seriously. Ready to put your handwriting to the test? I'm Mike with List25 and Here are 25 Awesome
Things Your Handwriting Says About You. 25. If you write in really big letters, you're
an extrovert and tend to be out-going, people-oriented, and attention-seeking. However, graphologists also believe this could
mean you're putting up a front and pretending to be confident. 24. Those who write small may frustrate people
to no end because their writing is hard to read. Writing small means you're focused and meticulous,
but also shy. If your handwriting is teeny-tiny, then it
could mean you're retreating from society altogether. 23. Average size handwriting is measured from
2.5 to 3.5 millimeters. People who write with average sized letters
are balanced and see themselves the way they are. You adjust to the environment and can be both
introverted and extroverted. 22. If you're writing slants to the left, then
you're reserved and like to keep to yourself. You like to work behind the scenes and not
get too much attention. Right-handed people with left slanted handwriting
might be showing signs of rebellion. 21. You might be out-going and have a keen interest
in the future if you're handwriting slants to the right. Generally, you're open to new experiences
and like meeting new people. 20. Handwriting that goes up and down reveals
you're logical and don't let your emotions take control of you. You think everything through and are a very
rational person. 19. If you're writing in cursive and there's little
to no loop on your "L" then there's a good chance you're tense and restricting yourself. 18. Similarly, if writing in cursive, the way
you write your "E" will say a lot about you. If your "E" is a closed loop, you're a skeptic
and don't let emotions or emotional arguments sway your decision making. 17. How you write your lowercase "Y" in cursive
will tell you plenty about yourself. For instance, a big, broad loop means you
have many friends while a slender loop says you're more selective with your friendships. A short hook means you're a homebody, while
a long one means you have wanderlust. 16. If you write your lowercase "S" with a point,
then you're intellectual, like to study, and have great ambitions. The higher the point, the higher your ambition. 15. When your lowercase "E" loops fully and wide,
you're more open-minded and like to try new things. You're also very willing to communicate things
with others. 14. Writing your lowercase "L" in cursive with
big, full loops means you're relaxed, spontaneous, and you can easily express yourself. You might also be a good talker if it's especially
wide and round. 13. The pressure of your strokes makes a big difference. High pressure could mean you're intense, sensual,
and vigorous. Average pressure points to your personality
being anchored and calm, while light pressure means you're an introvert and have low-energy. 12. Does your writing tend to go straight ahead
or does it go at an angle on the page? On unlined paper, if you write at an upward
angle, then you're optimistic and happy. In contrast, writing at a downward angle means
you're pessimistic and frustrated. If your writing is wavy, going both up and
down, you're either unstable or an unskilled writer. 11. How you space out each word in a sentence
can also say a lot about you. Words closely bunched together means you feel
isolated and want to be near people. Alternatively, large gaps mean you want to
be left alone. 10. When writing in cursive, how you string together
the letters could give clues to your personality as well. Cup-shaped curves that open at the top could
indicate you show people strength and warmth. Downward facing curves could mean you're a
creative type. 9. When writing in print, if you cross your lowercase
"T" right in the middle, you're confident and comfortable in your own skin. If the cross is short, you're lazy and don't
have determination. 8. Where you dot your lowercase "I" makes a big
difference. If you dot it right over the I, then you're
detail-oriented and organized. If to the left of the I, then you're a procrastinator,
and if you circle the dot, then you're child-like and a visionary. 7. A and O are considered "communication letters"
by graphologists. If your circle is perfect, neat, and closed,
then you're discreet, but if you're A's and O's aren't complete, you can't keep a secret. 6. The personal pronoun "I" in cursive says a
lot about your relationship with your parents. The upper loop represents the maternal and
the bottom loop, the paternal. The bigger the loops, the stronger the relationship
you have with them. 5. One graphologist will have her clients write
out the number two for her. If they write it without a loop, then she
determines they're good with facts and figures. 4. If you tend to write with a combination of
print and cursive, don't worry, you're totally normal. You value flexibility and are usually in a
hurry. But, if you write in too much block printing,
you might have intimacy issues. 3. If your signature is legible and sharp, you're
a confident person, comfortable in your own skin, and don't pretend to be anything other
than yourself. On the flip side, illegible handwriting means
you're private, hard to read or understand. 2. Your handwriting could even catch you in a
lie. If it's closer together, out of alignment,
or totally different than the rest of your writing, it probably means you're lying about
something. 1. Believe it or not, your handwriting might
even reveal certain health problems. For instance, if the pressure of your handwriting
remains variable between hard and light, then you might have high blood pressure. Small or cramped handwriting could mean you
have Parkinson's Disease, and when the slant varies in a sentence, you might have Schizophrenia. So, what did your handwriting say about you? Was it correct? Let us know in the comments below, or tweet
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27 thoughts on “25 AWESOME Things Your Handwriting Says About You – Graphology Secrets Revealed!

  1. I have a third grader's handwriting, because I've been blind since birth, and only know how to write letters from a little tactile computer I had when I was little. It's not perfect, but at least it's legible. I think. Close your eyes and try writing. Good luck! lol.

  2. I'm old enough to be comfortable reading and writing cursive but soon enough thie whole (pseudo?) science of graphology will be obsolete and they'll pull your personality traits out of their @$$es based on what font you choose when typing

  3. Totally unscientific for example, Slanting to the left could simply mean that the writer is left handed. It it easier to slant to the left when left handed.

  4. i write the way i do because it was the way they made us write in school. and with slanted paper. the only thing i write in cursive is my signature. but i wish people would find spell checker on youtube.

  5. What would happen if my T and F (lowercase) go below the line like y and g so the bar is on the bottom line where the letters usually rest on? I don’t think I’m the only one who does this.

  6. So cool! In a lecture about Stalin during WW2, the historian said that the Soviet leader would approve battle plans by personally signing his name across the map after it had been marked with detailed arrows and symbols representing the intended action; when he signed the huge maps, his signature was three feet tall! So… watch out for that.

  7. After I 1st listened to this I was intrigued to see where on the ‘t’ I crossed; my take away was that high was positive and confident and low was pessimistic and more insecure- having rewatched this now I realised that my interpretation was somewhat freestyle! Nevertheless I was curious and, in consideration to my current circumstances, was not surprised when I that I was crossing very low and consequently, that reflected being really depressed and uncomfortably apprehensive as I had been. On considération, I consciously crossed my ‘t’s as high as possible and it was absolutely remarkable: as I crossed the ‘t’ high I genuinely felt a lighter, lifted moment. At first it almost felt scratchy, like uncomfortable, but once I reconciled the connotation of that it was fascinating to explore that sensation.
    Try it! And share your thoughts with me: if you feel something similar- or not at all!- or if you already do I high crossing try low then tell me what it feels like. 🔮+🤔

  8. I am a retired Elementary School Teacher. I taught 1st and 3nd grades for 27 of the 30 years. When I write, I tend to want it to be perfect. After 30 years of trying to teach children, I know for those who are young or learning English, need to have a precision in the written language. I also volunteered to teach adults to read. They needed to have everything consistent.

  9. How about your writing when you have arthritis or some other kind of pain in fingers/hands? Or numbness? Or anything else that physically causes your hands to be unsteady?

  10. I have no clue what my handwriting says about me except when I go to write with any pen my hands shake and it’s annoying. I’ve been trying to work on this for over 2 years now

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