Just looking at a few key letters can help you — and your friends — avoid relationships full of games, betrayals, and emotional heartaches. (Read the Handwriting Analysis for Love, Dating, and Relationships book for full details of the Hell Traits.)
Here is how it stacks up.
The difference between an expert handwriting analyst and an amateur is how well he or she can “stack” different strokes in the handwriting to establish a fuller “whole” personality profile.
One of the most common questions I get from radio call-in callers is “How can I spot a jerk from his handwriting?” And, from nice guys looking for a real relationship:
“How do I spot a user, player, or man-hater that just sees men for the game or money?”
(Drum roll, please.)
Here are the answers. I have numbered them 1–9. If they have only one of the nine, you might be okay. The writer WILL have ISSUES, but won’t be a threat to your bank account — or your heart.
However, if she has all NINE, or SIX, or even FOUR… you have discovered “big trouble waiting to a happen.”
My advice. RUN, don’t walk, to the nearest exit. Even if the woman has a core of pure child-like love, it is obviously masked with so much anger and baggage, you would have to dig for years to see the light of that sweet girl inside. Her “ego defense” mechanisms are too strong and the anger and habits relating to love are too deep to justify a real relationship. (Same thing for a man with these traits.)
Hey, if you want to just have some fun… go on a date.
If you want to get your heart involved, stay away.
P.S. If you add a low t-bar to all this, you get someone who really is masking low self-esteem with all the hostility. It is possible to have “big trouble” with good self-esteem. However, a low t-bar all by itself is not necessarily trouble. If you see that, the issues are a lack of “love” and an inability to trust, which relate to being “unlovable,” not necessarily to self-esteem. Although one should to consider these two issues inter-connected.
The actual handwriting sample (written on a napkin, located as one of the last graphics on this page) has a few of these Hell traits, but it’s not enough writing to make a full assessment. However, it is safe to say this woman has anger issues, lies, is stubborn, impulsive, and has some self-esteem issues. Agree?
Sample of a ” TROUBLE.” (This sample was written by a 27-year-old female, in German, on a napkin, in a bar, after she was drinking.)
Handwriting sample below is from someone you might want to keep your guard up around (especially if you are a strong man and get charmed by smart women. Very smart… very domineering).
Here are my top HELL TRAITS / TROUBLE TRAITS, listed one by one.
STACK THESE TRAITS TOGETHER AND YOU GET BIG TROUBLE…
1. Stinger. Common in 40% of Americans. Signifies a need for a challenge and a deep-seeded resentment toward strong members of the opposite sex. It can manifest by becoming bored with nice guys and only being attracted to dysfunctional “rebel” types. This usually, but not always, indicates an unresolved issue of “love/hate” between the opposite gendered parent.” If you really want to understand this trait, read the 2015 revised definition of this concept here.
2. Sarcasm. Not a horrible trait alone. But this is the “hostile” defense mechanism that can cut you if used to cover up real anger or deep insecurities.
3. Domineering/Dominant. This is the control freak part. T-bars slanting down are a need for control which, essentially, is a FEAR of not being in control. FEAR motivates people in strong ways. Furthermore, if the t-bar has pointed tips… sarcasm. This person will control people with sarcasm and caustic behavior. This is the bully trait.
4. Stubborn. A fear of being wrong. An inability to change quickly or admit they are wrong. Again, a defense mechanism for an insecure ego or damaged self-esteem.
Handwriting Analysis Secrets of Love, Sex, and Relationships
5. Anti-Social is now called “Fear of Intimacy” in the newly revised dictionary. This stroke indicates a big fear of trusting others and getting emotionally hurt. Therefore, in a dating situation, this person will avoid intimacy as long as possible. So, if you are dating a “game player” with anti-social y’s, you might get emotionally involved and he will not. When I see this, I feel sorry for the person because he or she is unable to give and receive love easily. Again, it is a fear of being hurt. (Common after a divorce.)
6. Defiance. A rebellious streak. The “go-to-hell K.” This trait is very common, but only very bad if combined with all these other traits. This also MIGHT indicate a fear of commitment. Someone who puts “freedom” very high on their values list.
7. Argumentative. This is the same stroke as aggressiveness in the lower zones. The only difference is that it is located in the letter p, which indicates VERBAL aggressiveness — or argumentativeness. Another fear of being wrong. A pain-in-the-ass trait.
8. Lying. These double loops in the o indicate a fear of telling the truth. Naturally, if honesty or TRUST is a high emotional value of yours, this is a RED FLAG you must notice.
9. Low self-esteem (not pictured). This compounds all of the above traits and makes the person “more defensive.”
10. Overly sensitive to criticism. This also compounds all of the above traits and makes the person even “more defensive.”