We write our personality and display it in our features

“Our personality can’t be hidden; it is displayed in everything we do”

Psychology is a very interesting field. I find it very intriguing and I will always study it, not from a formal perspective but on my own. I once found a psychology text book while waiting for the shuttle to take me across campus. As soon as I laid eyes on it I read the title and reached for it.

“Is that yours?” A young lady asked as she approached the bus stop.”That’s money right there!”

As soon as she said this it gave away her intentions of just selling the book back to the bookstore. I replied “Yes, it is now!” She clearly didn’t appreciate the worth of the book.

I’ve also become really interested in a study of personology. It is the study of the face to reveals a person true nature. Believe it or not interviews or extremely important in recruitment, for many reasons and your face is one of them. Businessmen look for strong jawline and chin which symbolizes assertion and confidence or better known as the “business chin.”

This study is relevant but of course we all experience this in our personal lives but never talked about it freely. I am referring to this “vybe” or instinct about people when we first meet them. I take heed to this and it’s almost a sixth sense if you’ll go that far to say. You can almost tell if you’ll get along with someone by first glance. Maybe this is the premise for love at first sight.

“Brian why do you look at people like that?” my friend asked me. “You look at people really  hard, it’s like a weird stare almost.”  Yes that’s me doing it again, sometimes you can’t help it.

“I’m sorry but I’m just reading that person.” I responded.

It sounds ridiculous when put on paper but it’s one of those things better left unspoken. “chuckles” Similar to telepathy, psychic abilities and all the presumed science fiction rants.

The study of graphology is also along the lanes– interpreting handwriting to reveal personality traits. My handwriting slants to the right which reveals a person that is compliant with people and emotionally expressive. Leftward slant writers are emotionally cold ,defiant, self-centered and or selfish. The “upright slant” are reserved and  not deviating to either side but rounded.

If the Size of Your Letters Is…

Large: You have a big personality. Many celebrities have large handwriting. It may suggest that you are outgoing and like the limelight.

Small: You are focused and can concentrate easily. You tend to be introspective and shy.

Average: You are well-adjusted and adaptable.

The spatial arrangement signifies the space desired socially. The wider the word spacing, the more distance the person needs. This is emotional and not actual physical distance. These are the people who “need their space” even those with a strong right slant and are still emotional. It is word spacing which tells us the emotional distance required by the writer.

When the word spacing is narrow; we have a writer who wants closeness and to be with his romantic partner often. He wants to share his activities with her, and could feel rejected otherwise. I am a bit below average sized, right slanted writer and a bit narrow in spatial arrangement. I guess I’ll make a good friend or romantic partner and my ego doesn’t run my life.

There are 3 zones;  the middle zone reflects society, reality, and daily life. The lower zone refers to biological needs, sex, and money. The upper zone relates to intellect and spirituality. The upper zone are (T,l,k,h), how high you form these letters illustrate the level of importance intellect and spirituality plays in your life. Then of course you know which letters fall into the lower zone.

Here is my handwriting.

My handwriting

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