Handwriting analysis results: Karen

Though the weather outside is frightful, it is relatively warm in here for a brief hour or two – someone has put enough wood in the boiler for once – so I am taking the opportunity to finish up the last of the handwriting analyses. Here is Karen’s.

Karen's handwriting sample

Karen’s writing is interesting because it starts out small-ish and gets bigger toward the end.  This suggests someone who is very frank and straightforward about what she is thinking and feeling, sometimes to the point of tactlessness.

Baselines ascending:  optimistic, looking forward to future

Connected letters:  Logical

Concave T-bars:  jolly, good sense of humor

Most upper and lower loops are balanced, which means the intellectual and physical drives are pretty well balanced, except there are a few big lower loops which aren’t closed, indicating imagination and some unfulfilled desire in this area, either for physical activity or material things.

Unusual “I” formation – quirky personality, likes to talk, wants attention.

Long terminal strokes:  sentimental, wants to hold to people and things

The writing has plenty of energy and what I call  “swing”.    This indicates, as you might guess, the writer has plenty of energy and is of a cheery disposition.

Covering stroke on the signature:  a protective attitude toward the self and loved ones; this stroke is like an arm thrown up to ward off a blow.

..And now the radiators have gone cold again, and my toes are going numb, so I must stop here.  I hope you got something out of this, Karen!

Questions?  Comments?  That’s what the comment box is for…

 

 

 

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10 thoughts on “Handwriting analysis results: Karen

  1. Sorry it took me so long to get back here. Your handwriting analysis is SPOT ON. In everything. I’m amazed, truly. I am going to share this on my FB page, and I will ask people to visit your blog, here. Thank you so much!

  2. I was wondering where you were, Karen! Thanks for the feedback. It’s nice to know one has the ability to amaze people. I should do these at parties or something. Except I’m such a wallflower that I never go to parties.

  3. I was playing the Invisible Woman in a local play. Just kidding.

    You should do this at parties! I posted it to my FB page for all to see – with a link to your blog – and asked people if they think it is accurate. Personally – I think it’s me to a T!

  4. I love handwriting analysis! I had it done several years ago and it was eerily spot on. I’d love to compare how it changed from then to now. Pretty cool!

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