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10 Ways Your Handwriting Can Reveal Your True Personality

Trying to get to know someone can be difficult. There are so many different aspects to consider when trying to decipher a person’s personality, it’s helpful to have a few tricks and tips. Did you realize that your handwriting alone can give away a lot about who you are?

Your deepest secrets and biggest concerns are all there in writing, but now you’ll at least know what people are able to perceive about you. It’s surprisingly simple to analyze your friends and family members writing, so give it a try using these 10 easy tips!

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Large Letters: If you write using large letters you tend to be people-oriented and like to be acknowledged and understood.

Small Letters: Writing with small letters means that you are introverted, focused and are able to concentrate.

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Right Slant: If your letters lean towards the right, you are friendly, sentimental and impulsive. Your family is the highest priority in your life.

No Slant: Logic is key in your life, and you are less likely to let emotion sway your choices.

Left Slant: You are introverted and reserved, preferring to work alone on tasks instead of in a group.

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Heavy Pressure: Your emotions are right at the surface so you react quickly and intensely.

Light Pressure: You are adaptable and are in control of your emotions.

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Looped ‘L’: You are hopeful about your future and have several goals in life

Retraced ‘L’: Your life plans haven’t worked out, and you are pessimistic about your future

Looped ‘T’: You are sensitive to criticism from others

Retraced ‘T’: You are a hard worker and are very self controlled

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Slender ‘Y’ Loop: You are careful in who you consider a friend and trust very few people

Broad ‘Y’ Loop: You have many friends and are open with them all

Long ‘Y’ Loop: Traveling is important to you

Short ‘Y’ Loop: You are most comfortable at home

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