HANDWRITING AND WHAT IT MEANS
If letters slant to the left: Indicates introspection and a lot of emotional control.
If letter slant to the right: Reveals a person who’s outgoing, friendly, impulsive, and emotionally open.
If letters are straight up and down: The sign of someone who’s ruled by the head, not the heart.
Letters that slant in more than one direction: Indicates versatility and adaptability.
An erratic slant: Usually means a lack of flexibility.
Heavy pressure writing (like you can feel the rib made on the back of the paper): The writer is agitated.
Moderate pressure (the writing is dark, but you can’t feel the rib on the other side of the paper): Shows ability to deal with stress.
Light pressure: Indicates someone who seems to take life in stride.
Tiny letters: Indicate the writer is has somewhat low self esteem but is intelligent.
Small letters: The hallmark of quiet, introspective types – they’re generally detail-oriented and have good concentration.
Large letters: Sign of a confident, easygoing individual.
Huge letters: Indicate someone who’s theatrical, usually loud, and needs to be the center of attention at all times.
Wide letters (their width and height are about the same): The mark of someone who’s open and friendly.
Narrow letters: Show someone who’s somewhat shy and inhibited but very self-disciplined.
Letters that don’t touch: Indicate an impulsive, artistic, sometimes impractical free thinker.
Some letters connecting: Means the writer’s personality blends logic and intuition.
All letters making contact: The sign of someone who’s highly cautious.
A curved first mark: Shows a person who’s traditional and plays by the rules.
A straight beginning stroke: Reveals someone who’s rigid and doesn’t like being told what to do.
A final stroke straight across: The writer is cautious.
An end mark that curves up: Reveals generosity.
Perfect penmanship: The hallmark of a communicative person.
An indecipherable scrawl: Indicates a person who’s secretive, closed-up and likes to keep his thoughts to himself.