If you've ever sat and though about what influences how a person's handwriting looks, you've come to right place to find out the details - because the slant, size, and intensity of your writing can actually reveal a lot about a person.
If your handwriting tends to slant more to the right, this apparently means you're a very communicative, friendly person - whereas if your words lean to the left, which is far rarer, you tend to be more reserved, introverted, and logical thinking.
The size of your writing indicates how you feel your influence is noted. So, large letters suggest you're a confident, outgoing person who is happy to literally 'take up space' in life, whereas smaller letters imply your actions in real life are also correspondingly smaller and shyer.
If your writing is bubbly and curved you're more likely to be a creative, open, and logical personality, whereas sharp, spikey writing indicates intensity, intelligence, and high levels of perception.
Heavy pressure on the page can indicate stress, but also demonstrates commitment and dedication to whatever the writer is working on. Lighter pressure suggests creativity, efficiency, and empathy to others.
It's thought that if you have wide spaces between your letters and words, your subconscious literally craves more 'space' in life - whereas having narrow spaces between your words indicates you enjoy the company of others, and do best when surrounded by other people.
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