Having my handwriting analysed is something I have been interested in getting done for some time. I thought I would have a scout around and see how much it would cost to have it done professionally, but when quotes were coming back anywhere from £150 to £300 I decided a free alternative might be the way to go! 🙂 I found Quantum Enterprises who provide a free analysis. As it doesn’t cost anything you have to do the hard work yourself and study your handwriting in depth – you then answer a series of questions and voila …..
It’s quite amazing what your handwriting can say about you, as the report was surprisingly accurate. The main thing that didn’t sound quite ‘me’ was the extrovert bit, as I really do like my own company and space a lot of the time – saying that though I do flit between being a loner and being a social butterfly depending on my mood. Otherwise, the analysis wasn’t too shabby. Check it out to see the inner workings of my mind! 🙂
Handwriting Analysis Report
To begin the analysis, the first aspect of the handwriting to consider is the flow. Some handwriting is rigid and taut, as if the forward movement of the pen has been restrained, while other script has great flow, fluency and vitality. This handwriting adopts the middle line between these two extremes. The subject has carefully maintained a style which achieves a middle ground between complete freedom and total control. This reflects a desire to avoid extremes, and it is also likely to reveal itself in other aspects of her life. She may tend to adopt either a controlled and conformist attitude or, equally, may choose to follow a freer, less conformist lifestyle. Which course is adopted will very much depend on the circumstances at the time, and is never likely to be as extreme as would be found in individuals with fully restrained or released script. Thus, the subject is flexible and adaptable to the demands of a particular situation in a way that other types of writers would find almost impossible.
The pressure used throughout the script is average in intensity, indicating that the subject is able to maintain a balance between too much activity and too great a degree of lethargy. As a result, she lacks the intense drive and enthusiasm shown by writers with heavy pressure, but will be equally tolerant of inactivity in those who use a lower pressure in their script. She will be good at working methodically at the more routine tasks.
The signature is written quite illegibly indicating some sense of superiority. Writers who scrawl their signature are saying that the reader of the document should know who they are, without having to actually be able to read the words. She is also conveying the impression that she is working at high speed under pressure, and this is all of her valuable time that she can spend on the issue.
There are a number of signs of aggression throughout the handwriting, and these characteristics point to a moderately aggressive personality.
As the writer has a high IQ, the chances are that aggression, when shown, will normally be expressed verbally, with sarcasm, caustic remarks and mockery.
When aggression is expressed indirectly, the subject will feel a need for revenge if slighted. She may harbour a grudge, while waiting for the appropriate moment to get her own back.
The handwriting shows expansiveness, and this use of space is linked with an extravert personality.
The subject has an above average physical and mental need for space around her and hates to be confined. When writing, this hunger for space reveals itself in a desire to cover as much paper as possible with her letters and words.
Expansiveness is also the cornerstone of her social relationships. She prefers company, such as a noisy party, rather than being left alone to watch television or read a book. She probably has many friendships, but all maintained at a fairly superficial level.
She prefers more excitement and risk than the average person, taking life lightly as a result. She probably appears impulsive, blurting out remarks without thinking first, buying goods on impulse, and making major decisions about her life on the whim of the moment. She could be easily bored and often yearns for change and variety. She is likely to freely express her feelings and moods, even if she tries to cover them up. She is not too concerned by some disorder and lack of control, and may even become bored if there is too much order in her life.
Certain embellishments within the handwriting indicate an above average level of worldliness and sophistication. The subject may sometimes attempt to appear poised or sophisticated.
Although extraverted and outgoing she may sometimes seem emotionally detached from her social encounters, and may seem superficial in personal relationships, even when feelings are deep and genuine. She may be manipulative, and even exploit social contacts which have been developed by means of her extravert behaviour.
The comparative height of the capital letters to the ascenders in the script indicates that the subject has a mildly assertive personality. She is more confident and perhaps dominant in relationships, and finds it easier to strike up a conversation with strangers. She is likely to speak out forthrightly and can defend herself quite well if under attack. In a quarrel she could argue quite openly to defend her rights. She is more likely to complain about shoddy goods or poor service.
She will also make a good host and can liven up a party.
She would make a good leader, but may be intolerant of other people if their views clash with her own. She prefers to be taken seriously and may become irritated if she is not.
Several ‘t’ bars in the script point downwards, which indicates that the subject exhibits a certain degree of ambition.
She has an above average drive to obtain goals and objectives, and likes to succeed at things that she attempts. Obstacles are often regarded as challenges to be overcome, and she likes competition and action.
A number of artful simplifications in the handwriting show that the subject is considerably intelligent (scoring 3 out of a possible 5 in the IQ categories). She has the intellectual capacity that would enable her to be successful in a career such as teaching, journalism or computer programming.
Emotionally, the subject may have a tendency to worry more than the average person, perhaps appearing somewhat nervous and excitable. She may not only worry about everyday problems, but over extreme and unlikely events.
Some curtailment in the handwriting indicates that the subject may have trouble giving free vent to her emotions and feelings. Most times her emotional control is total and consistent. She may find it hard to make and maintain close relationships, and may even feel embarrassed when in the company of people who can readily display their emotions.
The contradiction with the aggression score indicates a bottling up of emotions, and, while the subject often appears to remain emotionally in control, anger and aggression may be being held back, only to be released at unpredictable moments. The subject may appear to fly off the handle in inappropriate times, releasing pent-up aggression when least expected.
Because she feels incapable of expressing emotions, the subject will tend to remain calm and cool in situations which may cause others to panic. This is sometimes an advantage, but because she is unable to respond appropriately at times when deep feelings must be expressed, she tends to lack empathy.
There are cases of isolated ambiguity throughout the script which shows that the subject is over-concerned with concealment. She is attempting to cover up, and keep aspects of her personality or private life hidden from view or cloaked in mystery.
This type of handwriting is found in professions which demand a high degree of confidence keeping, such as lawyers, bankers and doctors.
It is wrong to interpret isolated ambiguity as a sign of a deceitful personality, but it does show a need for the subject to hide some part of her personality or background which may cause embarrassment or anxiety.
There are a few indications in the handwriting that, at the time of writing, the subject was suffering from mild stress. This may be temporary, for example if she was upset, tired, or working against a deadline. However, the subject may be living at an unacceptable level of stress, one which is beginning to affect her physical well being.
These are warning signs in the handwriting, and indicate that the subject should pause and reflect on those aspects of her lifestyle which may be causing long-term difficulties. She should try to reduce them whenever possible, relax more frequently, check her diet, and perhaps take more exercise. Stress can be beneficial, but if allowed to get out of control, it may prove a hazard to mental and physical health.