The message of a letter you read might be important, but aren't
the real feelings of the writer of the message what are really important? Knowingly
or unwittingly, we give away a surprising amount about our feelings, ideas,
views and outlook on life through our handwriting. Interpreting the features
of people's handwriting is what graphology is all about, and it's a useful skill
for anybody dealing with letters and notes that peers or co-workers have written
as well as offering a fascinating insight into our own emotions and personalities.
In this section we aim to look at a whole variety
of handwriting features and give interpretations as to the writers' personalities,
helping you apply this as you want in everyday life.
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