10 facts about your handwriting and how it defines you! The4way.net | The 4th Way

People are so different.. Some are very pleasing, some are so arrogant.. Some are susceptable and private, whereas some are so strong by their heart.. But, how can we judge someone by their simple everyday habits? We found out that a person's handwriting defines more about his/her thinking pattern..


According to a research done by the National Pen Company in United States, your handwriting can give away clues about 5,000 different personality traits based on the way you space your letters, how you sign your name, and even how you connect the letter 'o' and 's' to other letters in a word. Check out the below facts to know more about your own personality.


1. Spacing between words
People who leave large gaps between words enjoy their freedom and don't like to be crowded, while people who write words close together can't stand to be alone and might be intrusive..

2. Size of Letters
People with small handwriting tend to be shy, studious and meticulous, whereas outgoing people who love attention will have larger handwriting.


3. Loops in letters like 'l' and 'e'
The type of looping created by the letters 'l' and 'e' can suggest a person's nature, for example, wide loops means someone is relaxed and open minded. People who write narrow loops tend to be skeptical of others and may restrict themselves from certain activities, which causes feelings of tension.

4. Dotting in 'i' and 'j'
If the dot of a letter is situated high above the base of 'i' it suggests the writer has a great imagination. If the dot is close to the base, they are organised and empathetic. Procrastinators tend to dot their 'i's and 'j's to the left of the base letter, while child-like personality types will draw their dots as circles.

5. Crossing in 't' and 'T'
Long crosses on 't's suggests someone who is determined and enthusiastic, but also stubborn. Short crosses tend to be written by someone who is lazy..


6. Slanted Handwriting
If handwriting slants to the right the person is open to new experiences and enjoy meeting new people. If handwriting slants to the left, that person tends to keep themselves to themselves.People whose handwriting doesn't slant in either direction are logical and practical.

7. Rounded letters 's' and 'o'
People who write rounded letters are more creative and artistic while pointed letters are a sign of aggression or intelligence. When people write the letter 'o' with a loop or hole at the top of the letter, it means they are talkative and sociable, while closed 'o's indicate someone who is private. Connected letters mean the writer is logical. People who specifically write rounded lowercase 's' letters are people pleasers.


8. Pen Pressure while writing
People who place heavy pressure on the pen when they write, which can cause darker, thicker handwriting, are good with commitment and taking things seriously but don't respond well to criticism. Light-handed writers tend to be empathetic and sensitive

9. Speed of Writing
If someone writes quickly they are impatient and dislike delays or time wasters, and slower writers are more methodical and self reliant.



10. Your Signature
A more complex signature of a person indicates that the person always tries to be private and more secure. A simple and understandable signature indicates that the person is confident on oneself and they don't like to be hidden from others.

In some other tests, writing the capital letter 'I' much larger than other capitals is usually written by someone who is arrogant and have a high opinion of themselves..

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