Graphoanalyst/Author – David DeWitt: Motivational Speaker at the AAHA (American Association of Handwriting Analysis) 2018 Convention on July 19-21, 2018 at the Best Western Adams Inn, Quincy, MA

~ “Identifying Possible Signs of Bullying Behavior Through Handwriting, at the 2018 AAHA Convention at the Best Western Adams Inn, Quincy, MA. The talk is based on my book, BULLYING: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Sign and Effects,  is as follows….

My book describes it best as an additional tool to detect early signs of potential bullying  and effects from handwriting, such as: low self-esteem, roller-coaster writing that shows mood swings, depression, self-centeredness, irritability, self-consciousness, undue feelings of anxiety, loneliness, pessimism, fatalism and many other trait signs. One of the first signs besides low self-esteem that catches your eye as an analysis is, that  we need to look for in a potential victim’s handwriting is poor rhythm, emotional depth and emotional responsiveness. Low self-esteem is probably one of the most significant personality traits leading to victimization. Because unfortunately for the victim, it’s tantamount to putting up a sign in bold letters that says: “Kick me.”

Therefore, early identification and treatment of bullying behavior issues is vital to help parents, teachers, and victims,  however less than 50% of victims tell an adult what is happening.  Chapter 5 Of my book covers mental health effects of bullying.

~WEBWIRE – Friday, June 23, 2017 wrote……

Bullying is one of the most traumatic acts that one can experience in life. It brings tears and hatred. It can cripple you with fear and haunt you even during your sleep. And worst, it can forever leave you with a disturbed life. That is very unthinkable, but it’s true! My book,  gives us insights on the link between handwriting and the possible unlikely aggressive behaviour. 

The author, David J. DeWitt, openly introduces us to a very interesting hypothesis that is certainly essential and critical in this contemporary society. The book tells us how the analysis of handwriting can be of help in the possible detection of potential personality traits of a bully as well as of victims of bullying. It also gives some personality trait examples and some of the warning signs of potential dishonesty. The author in this writing clearly presents to us the approaches and ways in analyzing the handwriting and evaluating the results to spot the possible projected pattern of behaviour.

Going along with my talk, I will be using charts and back-up material, plus explaining my passion in  using handwriting analysis for humanitarian efforts in today’s present day society and to promote a positive image of it’s use. I spend most of my time as a teacher,  speaker and lecturer at high schools, colleges, libraries and public/business forums by demonstrating and showing how you can get a grasp of the fundamental rules of handwriting analysis and find out about yourself and others..  With that said, I try to deploy my unique skills for the betterment of mankind in a positive way and seek to provide insight and an additional screening tool for bullying behavior prediction from handwriting to complement traditional approaches.

Keep in mind, my latest book is not just for parents…we are all involved in the battle against bullying.

Come meet other AAHA members and  speakers and reignite your love and interest in gragphology such as :

  1. Hena Husain C. Ht., PhD – “Insights from Tree Drawing.”
  2. Dr. Donna Whipple – “What the Graphologist Needs to Know About Dysgrahia.”
  3. Garaziellaq Petinati – “Helping Children with Learning Disabilities Write in Cursive.”
  4. Dr. Cynthia Crosson – Write Me a Success Story: Service Dog Placements with PTSD Veterans.”

Contact person: Eileen Page: email: eileen.page@comcast.net  Cell: 781-635-5244 Website: http://www.pageink.net                    Convention Location: Best Western Adams Inn, Quincy, MA 02171 … Inn Phone: (617) 328-1500

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