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6 traits of your writing that define your personality

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The way you write says a lot about you, more than you think. Handwriting can reveal characteristics of over 5,000 different personality traits, according to a study conducted by the National Pen Company in the United States. In addition, it can help diagnose and monitor mental illnesses such as Alzheimer’s or schizophrenia.

This process of analyzing handwriting is called graphology and it is very interesting! Do you want to get to know yourself a little better and find out what your handwriting says about you?We the expert on fine writing instruments, based on what the experts say, gives you a simple guide to find out.

  1. Size: If your letter is small, you are surely a shy and introverted person, but you are also very studious and meticulous. If, on the other hand, you have a larger letter, you like to attract attention by being an outgoing person. But if your writing is of a medium size, congratulations! You are quite balanced and adaptable.
  2. Space: Do you leave large spaces between letters? You enjoy your freedom and you don’t like being in crowded places. Do you write the words very close? You can’t stand loneliness and you tend to be nosy or intrusive, does it ring a bell?
  3. Inclination: Yes, writing ‘ladito’ also means something. If you do it to the right, you are a person who is open to new experiences and enjoys meeting new people. On the other hand, if you do it to the left, it means that you tend to be a lonely person. People whose writing doesn’t lean in either direction are logical and practical.
  4. Shape: Writing with round letters is for creative and artistic people. Spiky letters show aggressiveness and intensity, but don’t worry, they also mean a lot of intelligence and some curiosity. Do you join the letters when writing almost like the cursive they taught us in elementary school? Well, then you are a logical and methodical person.
  5. Speed: Sure this is going to be very obvious, but it doesn’t hurt. Fast writers are impatient people who don’t like delays; while those who do it slowly are organized people and believe it or not, with self-confidence.
  6. Pressure: If when you write your wrist hurts after a while, surely you are one of those people who exert strong pressure, which means that you are good at commitments and you take things seriously. If the pressure is excessively strong, you tend to be stiff, but you can react quickly to criticism. Gentle pressure means that you are sensitive and show empathy towards people, but also that you might lack vitality.

Although, from childhood we are taught to write in a specific way, respecting rules of calligraphy, shapes, sizes, etc., as we grow and develop certain character and new skills, it is inevitable that our writing will change.

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