The Daily Telegraph - Saturday - - Family & Education -

Graphol­ogy is an in­ex­act science, but com­mon­places of hand­writ­ing anal­y­sis in­clude: 1Metic­u­lous­ness

in dot­ting the ‘i’ and cross­ing the ‘t’ is of­ten a sign of a con­trol­ling per­son­al­ity; a lack of that metic­u­lous­ness sug­gests the writer takes a more cava­lier approach to life. 2Peo­ple

who un­der­line their sig­na­tures are be­tray­ing feel­ings of in­se­cu­rity. 3Tall

up­ward loops in the ‘l’ can in­di­cate an ide­al­is­tic, rather than down-to-earth, per­son­al­ity. 4Writ­ing

that slopes down­wards to­wards the end of a line is a tell­tale sign of a de­pres­sion.

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