My Charactar on Trial
~ Part 2
Writing Depth, Spacing, Slant
Weight or depth of writing indicates me to have medium to light in pressure, and that my memory is short remembering events. I have a tendency to forgive and forget.
A heavy weight (creates indentations on page underneath), indicates emotion and stamina. This person takes everything seriously and is unlikely to forgive. They remember injustices, and give no second chances.
Blotchy writing is a casanova type or flitting type of person, like a bee to flowers.
Thick writing (choosing a thick nib or felt pen) is someone trying to make themselves look imposing and unforgettable. (Donald Trump does this).
Rare early example of Donald Trump writing before he switched to printed capital letters.
My writing is medium sized, so I am fairly comfortable in my skin. It used to be tiny as a youngster, a distinct sign of lack of my confidence, shyness and inability to feel comfortable in social situations.
Large writing means the writer is extremely sociable, or extroverted, or wants to appear imposing.
I do space my words apart a little more than usual. It means, that although I can be sociable, I like my personal space. I am not inclined to let people into my personal space until I trust them. I also occasionally lift my pen to write a stand alone letter (not all of them are joined up). This is a sign of intuitive pauses, thinking about what I am writing.
Prince Charles has an interesting trait. He also spreads his words, but often has a long stroke between words, either linking one word backwards to the last (I think this is a sign of reinforcement) or it moves to the next word (forward thinking). It makes him look slightly unsure of what to write, and he scans back and forth to be sure.
My writing is fairly upright. which means that I think before making decisions. (The Queen has upright writing but hers is more assertive) .
A slight backslant can indicate a negative, depressed person
Too much backslant is considered to be a warning of an unsociable, self-absorbed person.
A slant to the right, on the other hand, is indicative of a warm, outgoing person who will jump right in and commit themselves. Caring people have this trait. Kate Middleton is a right slanted writer. So is Meagan Markle, but her writing is much more embellished making her rather determined to point it out, and to jump before thinking. Meagan also has developed a tendency for a backward flourish on her words. This is in the upper area of her writing, and equates to her conscious attempt to point to past achievements.
Interestingly, Princess Diana was an upright writer and used simple letters to express herself (clarity of message). The control on her letters (closing them off properly) relate to a trustworthy nature(she could keep a secret).
My writing is level with the top of the page, meaning I am fairly balanced in my moods. If it does slant, it tends to go up.
An upward leading style toward the top-right of page, is the sign of a happy, fun, positive person.
Robin Williams handwriting showed a positive, upbeat style. His ultimate suicide was more to do with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, coupled with Lewy Body Syndrome, a form of dementia that causes delusions.
A downward slope towards bottom-right is the trait of an unhappy, negative person.
Adolph Hitler handwriting shows a downward trend.
A mix of styles, slanting one way and then the other, is the sign of a person who has no control over their emotions. Jeremy Corbyn has writing in this category, but blames it on poor education! Benjamin Netanyahu also has a mixed style.
What do you think these two styles say about these people. Do they have leadership qualities? Answers on who these writing samples belong to on my next post.