Has your handwriting style changed?
October 9, 2017 11:30pm CST
Some say your handwriting style reflects your personality. Honestly I don't know how true that is, but if it's really true, then it means I've had multiple personalities since I first learned how to write. It keeps changing! I think I didn't really pay much attention to my handwriting style until I was 13 or 14. At that time my handwriting was vertical, print-style (non-cursive). The lowercase letters are somewhat rounded, if you know what I mean. Over the years they became "thinner". Now I write by hand much less than before, but my current handwriting style is slanted cursive. What about you? Has your handwriting style changed much?
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That's true. Penmanship of every individual reflects his personality. Graphologist how to determine one's personality based on how he writes, the spacing of his words, the dotting of his i's and crossing of his t's. Therefore if you don't have consistent of writing, you have also unpredictable personality.
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@cahaya1983 we were taught and required to write cursive/longhand. even when i started working, i was still writing letters and sending cards to friends. then cellphones, the internet, email, computer and now social media became more in use in the office and personal lives.
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
As a kid my penmanship was horrible. I wrote in every direction possible in one word. When told I needed to improve and make my words go in one direction, I did work on it. So now my words look like they should, but I still have scrawly handwriting.