Written by Bart Baggett Today I got a list of questions from a student of ours in Europe and I thought it would be fun to know and look […]
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Signature is the only formation in the writing which is consciously created by the writer. In the formative years, most kids spend hours trying to get the right “symbol” which […]
Each individual is unique and so is his and her handwriting. Every relationship involves more than one unique individuals. The longer two individuals share lives together, the more complicated this equation starts […]
With few interviews, First Lady Melania Trump doesn’t give much away about herself. But according handwriting expert Sheila Kurtz, a note she left at a children’s hospital in Italy on […]
By Vishwas Heathcliff
Normally, I desist from analysing signatures unless they are accompanied by handwriting samples. If the signature is analysed in isolation, there are chances of me going wrong about the personality of the writer. It’s because handwriting shows how the person is, whereas signature reveals how he wants the world to see him. Hence, it’s possibe that signatures can mislead me. They can project a face that may not be true at all.