Graphology: Do these sisters bully their brother?

Today we'll look into the lives of three siblings - two elder sisters and a younger brother. It is said a child's mind is like a wet cement, whatever falls on it leaves an impression. Every psychologist understands the impact of childhood experiences on one's behavior and adulthood. So one question that pops up in … Continue reading Graphology: Do these sisters bully their brother?

Graphology: Are your “t”s hurdles to your success?

Graphology is an amazing science to know enough of the things about a person and his personality to anticipate whether he has the qualities of a successful person or not. While there are so many things required to achieve success, one such thing is that of coming out of adversities and challenges easily. Adding on … Continue reading Graphology: Are your “t”s hurdles to your success?

Graphology: Will you risk hurting her?

There is a saying which goes like women and elephants never forget an injury. To what extent is it true is hard to tell, but graphology can individually answer if a person is capable of forgiving others. I received this handwriting sample from a female who was not able to attend my motivational seminar but was impressed … Continue reading Graphology: Will you risk hurting her?

Graphology: The girl who trusts blindly!

I received this handwriting sample from a girl who attended my motivational seminar in her college. On being asked if she constantly finds people breaking her heart and leaving her alone, she burst into tears and cried her heart out. I was not surprised to see this reaction. I knew she was emotionally broken and … Continue reading Graphology: The girl who trusts blindly!

Handwriting analysis: George Washington

Today we are going to discuss about what does the handwriting of George Washington, 1st US president, tells about him. Here are his handwriting samples: George Washington is a very emotional and expressive person. He tends to take decisions from heart rather than head, because of which he is able to have high levels of … Continue reading Handwriting analysis: George Washington