Hand writing.....Indicator of mental status, personality...!

Hand writing - Hand writing.....Indicator of mental status, personality...!
@shilpaum (1752)
India
March 10, 2007 5:18am CST
Many times I argue with friends that hand writing indicates our mental situation at the moment we r writing..! I don't any scientific reason,or read any book related to that, but experienced that. When I'm in good mood I write neatly, but when angry or nervous, it affects. While writing on blank page, line incline or decline according to mood I'm in...! Do u agree with or its nothing like that...? Have u experienced such...?
7 responses
@aweins (4200)
• India
10 Mar 07
yes, i think that seeing your hand writing , your mood or your mental status, atleast at that moment can be judged. handwriting analysis tells the whole truth in black and white.one tiny little stroke made by you can tell about you more than your whole resume or conversation.its a form of body language only .i donno much about writing but what so little i know is that something about the person can be judged by his/her writing.if a person is very emotional , he tends to write faster than when he is when calm.the loops , slants, and writing size can tell a lot about you and your mood too.
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@shilpaum (1752)
• India
10 Mar 07
Many thanks for nice responce.U've much observation. (+)
@aweins (4200)
• India
10 Mar 07
you are most welcomed my friend. from very young age i like to read people and to know about them through their handwriting and body language. its my hobby and at times fum too.
• India
10 Mar 07
Well, I certainly agree with you. Mine is quite ok type handwriting and If i am in really good mood to write and concentrate, my handwriting looks good thatswhat my friends also used to say and when I am not in good mood or in hurry sure I would scribble that sometimes all cannot understand(like doctor's prescription). I have listened to a lecture long back during my school days that the angle of inclination of letters tells the attitude of that person at that time. And I myself had experienced this during exams. So it depends on mood & concentration.
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@shilpaum (1752)
• India
10 Mar 07
Thanks for responce. (+)
@sensesfail (2251)
• India
10 Mar 07
The handwriting doesn't just give us the mental status.It actually does more.It describes the character of the person to whom it belongs.One can find out the gender of a person from just the handwriting.Cool huh?
@shilpaum (1752)
• India
11 Mar 07
I was unware about, we can find gender too....!
• India
12 Mar 07
yes indeed!
• Singapore
10 Mar 07
Handwriting analysis you mean.. you need to pay a bit to get a "master" to analyse it for me. I haven't had mine analysed before though it should prove interesting. :P
@shilpaum (1752)
• India
11 Mar 07
sorry - do you say sorry
Thanks for responce.
@gharinder (2044)
• India
10 Mar 07
handwriting  - handwriting reflects your personality
well to some extent it might be true, just remember those days when you were in examination hall. initially when i started my exam i used to write neatly and slowly but as the time decreased due to nervousness and tension i started writing fast and bad too. i although dont have much knowledge about the topic and definitely knows that handwriting indicates your personality.
@shilpaum (1752)
• India
11 Mar 07
Whahh...I'm not the only one to do so in exam...lol
@RAMPersona (2033)
• Philippines
25 Mar 07
the study and analysis of handwriting especially in relation to human psychology is called Graphology. details of which can be found at wikipedia.org
@dpk262006 (58732)
• Delhi, India
11 Mar 07
You have touched my one of the most favourite subjects. I have done many studies on graphology i.e. study of handwriting. In brief, - the way you write......the way you think.... and they way you think...... the way you write. Handwriting is like mirror image, an x-ray of you mind, your thoughts, your thinking, your state of mind when you write. I enjoyed graphpology very much and did analysis of my handwritings and gained very interesting experiences.