Author Completes Chapter 15 of His New Book: Handwriting Analysis: BULLYING – Dangerous Signs & Effects – Sept 10, 2016

Certified Graphoanalyst and Author: Shares an excerpt from Chapter 15 of his new book that still in progress: Handwriting Analysis: BULLYING – Dangerous Signs & Effects….



In Chapter 9 we covered the positive and negative aspects of the many personality traits and their definitions. In this chapter we will discuss the potential signs of insincerity, dishonesty and how it restricts one’s outlook on life.

As you read the traits that represent dishonesty, keep in mind that handwriting only reveals one’s potential. Therefore, one sign is not enough. Frequency of other similar traits are needed to even warrant the conclusion of probable dishonesty, even then, we do not know if the writer will act on his potential.

There has been much graphology research in this area, so keep in mind this is only an introduction on the subject. Those children  and adults whose handwriting shows several potential traits of dishonesty should never be placed in a situation that would cause them temptation.  Bearing in mind, at the same time we have to be careful of the implications and limitations as stated above, that the writer may never act out the indications shown.

Now that you have discovered and identified signs of bullying and of victims of bullying, honesty and integrity play a major factor in the thinking and actions of these individuals.

Due to the complexity of the subject and the writer’s view of dishonesty, this will affect certain traits shown in his or her writing. Also, there are several potential types of dishonesty from telling little white lies to more serious ones, such as stealing, etc.

To have a useful philosophy on life that is not restricted requires integrity, honesty and a predictable personality.

Therefore, I have listed some of the warning signs of potential dishonesty in order to make the reader aware that they can be red flags leaning to potential bad behavior. None of these signs alone should be considered to be enough to declare someone dishonest. If there are several signs that are consistent and appear frequently, then other negative reinforcing signs should be analyzed before a conclusion is warranted.

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