Talk: “Handwriting Analysis ~ Learn How To Read Handwriting and Unlock Your True Self.” at St. Francis Xavier Ladies Guild – April 4, 2017 at 7 PM

On April 4, 2017, I will be speaking to the St. Francis Xavier Ladies Guild, 109 Washington Street, Waterbury, CT at 7 pm. Topic: “Handwriting Analysis: Learn how to read handwriting and unlock your true self.” Contact: Patricia Schaaf … phone: 203-879-9855

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New Review of Author David J. DeWitt’s “Bullying: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects” by Ginae B.’s Reviews

Bullying is well-organized and well-done. Your gentle writer has been reading about the topic of handwriting analysis for many years. Hence, we were already intrigued. We would think that information of this type would be difficult to convey via the printed word. However, Bullying provides a nice array of the topic, with emphasis on the bully. This could prove to be helpful information if your offspring have made new friends or, if you are going to work for a new company or supervisor. Handwriting analysis is a solid method of decryption and an art form. It can also be surprising when you happen upon handwriting which, is similar to your own. Ugh!

Ginae B.’s Reviews @goodreads.com

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Video of Authors Radio Talk on BULLYING: at WATR Radio 1320~AM on March 27, 2017 is available ….

Author and Graphoanalyst,  David J. DeWitt was interviewed on his new book: BULLYING: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects on “The Talk of the Town” by radio host  Steve Noxon, WATR Radio 1320~AM, Waterbury, CT… Monday, March 27,2017 at 11:30AM….

Mr. DeWitt has dedicated his new book: BULLYING Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects in memory of Ryan Patrick Halligan. On October 7, 2003, young Ryan’s life ended as a result of recurrent bullying by his peers. John Halligan, Ryan’s father, has since made it his mission to speak out publicly against bullying and alert people to its many and varied warning signs. Ryan’s Story can begotten by clicking on this link: http://www.ryanpatrickhalligan.org/resources.htm

If you are interested in listing to the interview please e-mail me at handwritingconnectionsct@gmail.com and I will send you the audio file.

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RADIO APPEARANCE: Talk of the Town with Steve Noxon, WATR Radio 1320~AM, Waterbury, CT …March 27, 2017 at 11:30 AM

~Author and Graphoanalyst,  David J. DeWitt will be interviewed on his new book: BULLYING: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects on “The Talk of the Town” by radio host  Steve Noxon, WATR Radio 1320~AM, Waterbury, CT… Monday, March 27,2017 at 11:30AM…. 

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HANDWRITING & THE BULLY by Kathryn Boughton of the Bershire Styles Newsletter – March 2017

 THE BERKSHIRE STYLE’S NEWSLETTER ARTICLE MARCH 2017

HANDWRITING & THE BULLY

by Kathryn Boughton

David DeWitt stumbled onto the efficacy of handwriting analysis when he was a young man in the U.S. Army. A member of the Intelligence Corps, he had been asked to substitute in the mail department during the regular clerk’s absence. While there, he noticed that one soldier was receiving letters from his sweetheart, but that the man’s name got progressively smaller on the envelope.

“I had a book on handwriting analysis—which I really didn’t believe in at the time,” said DeWitt. “But I had read that when you like someone you tend to embellish their name. I said to the soldier, ‘Have you noticed that she is writing your name smaller and smaller. I hope you don’t get a Dear John letter.’” A few weeks later he told me he had received the letter.”

DeWitt went on to a successful career as an insurance underwriter, but never lost his interest in graphology (handwriting analysis). He became a certified graphoanalyst and since his Army years he has lectured and written on the subject and will return to the Hickory Stick Bookshop in Washington Sunday, March 19th, at 2PM to sign copies of his new book, Bullying: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects, in which he explores the links between handwriting and human behavior, specifically in relation to “aggressive and dishonest behavior.”

In a February radio interview, DeWitt said he became interested in bullying after he heard a “powerful talk” by John Halligan, father of Ryan Halligan, a youth who committed suicide as a result of recurrent bullying by his peers. Halligan recounted that he had gone into his son’s computer looking for clues as to what had happened, but found no suicide note.

Approaching the father after the talk, DeWitt asked if he had found other pieces of paper with writing on them. He explained that he is a handwriting expert and said the boy’s handwriting might hold clues to help him understand what happened.

DeWitt, who had already written “Handwriting Analysis: Discover Your Own Vocational/Career Potential,” to help people find careers that match their personalities, began to ponder writing about bullying to help parents decode the signs of anger or fear in a student. The resulting book presents easy step-by-step analyses to spot behavioral patterns in handwriting.

“When you are looking at handwriting, you are looking at the different parts, looking for emotional trends, emotional depth, how people think. When were are thinking about bullying, we are looking for aggressive handwriting, people who are sympathetic—we can see strengths and weaknesses,” he says.

The history of handwriting analysis stretches back to the 3rd century BC when Aristotle noticed the correlation between handwriting and personality. The Chinese simultaneously observed the connection between character and writing. The first treatise on the subject was written in 1612 by Italian physician, Camillo Baldi, and the first formal system to study handwriting was created in the 1800s by French monk, Jean Michon.

Two major schools of handwriting analysis have developed, the Gestalt Method—called graphology—which looks at handwriting as a whole; and the Trait Method—called graphoanalysis—which focuses on individual strokes to determine the character and personality of the writer. The study has been used in many fields from criminal investigation, to hiring new employees, to psychology.

A graphologist will look at such things as the size of the writing; whether it slants right or left; where “T’s” are crossed and how “I’s” are dotted; the spaces between words and letters; whether lines slant up optimistically, are even, or slant down with depression; whether the pressure of the pen on the paper indicates aggressive tendencies or timidity, and many more factors. What emerges is a cumulative portrait of the writer and, as no two persons have the same handwriting, the portrait will be unique.

Note: This article can be found on the Berkshire Styles website.

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RYAN’S STORY…Author David J. DeWitt dedicates his new book: BULLYING – Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects in memory of Ryan Patrick Halligan

Author David J. DeWitt has dedicated his new book: BULLYING Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects in memory of Ryan Patrick Halligan. On October 7, 2003, young Ryan’s life ended as a result of recurrent bullying by his peers. John Halligan, Ryan’s father, has since made it his mission to speak out publicly against bullying and alert people to its many and varied warning signs. Ryan’s Story can begotten by clicking on this link: http://www.ryanpatrickhalligan.org/resources.htm

Having met Mr. Halligan personally and hearing his powerful presentation , Mr. DeWitt was touched by Ryan’s tragedy and was compelled to marshal his graphoanalytic talents in the war against bullying. His book methodically exposes the reader to the links between handwriting and possible aggressive and dishonest behavior.

This book is not just for parents and teachers…we are all involved in the battle against bullying. This book can be purchased off the authors website: https://handwritingconnectionsct.wordpress.com

 

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Podcast: David DeWitt talks with host Alan Eisenberg in a fascinating conversation about detecting potential danger signs and effects of bullying through handwriting analysis.

David DeWitt, a certified professional graphoanalyst,  talks with host, Alan Eisenberg, in a fascinating conversation about detecting potential danger signs and effects of bullying through handwriting analysis. David DeWitt is a certified professional graphoanalyst, (By IGAS the International Graphoanalyst Society) discusses how you can get a grasp of the fundamental rules handwriting analysis and find out about yourself and others., as well as his new book “Bullying: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects”.

Alan Eisenberg is a Certified Life Coach with a niche in bullying and abuse recovery, Bullying Recovery activist, and author of “A Ladder In The Dark: My journey from bullying to self-acceptance”. and “Crossing the Line”. He has been writing and speaking to various audiences about the issue of C-PTSD and Bullying Recovery. Mr. Eisenberg has been featured on several print, radio shows and podcasts on this issue, including NPR and in the Boston Globe

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Book Signing/Talk: Hickory Stick Bookshop ~ March 19, 2017 ~

Sunday March 19th – 2:00 pm David J. DeWitt  returns to The Hickory Stick Bookshop, to sign copies of his new book, Bullying: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects …

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David DeWitt, a certified Graphoanalyst, explores the links between handwriting and human behavior, specifically in relation to “aggressive and dishonest behavior” in hopes that signs can be detected early on in life.

From the jacket: “On October 7, 2003, young Ryan Halligan’s life ended as a result of recurrent bullying by his peers. John Halligan, Ryan’s father, has since made it his mission to speak out publicly against bullying and to alert people to its many and varied warning signs. Having met Mr. Halligan personally, David DeWitt was touched by Ryan’s tragedy and was compelled to marshal his graphoanalytic talents in the war against bullying.”

“This book is not just for parents… we are all involved in the battle against bullying.” –John De Mado, John De Mado Language Seminars, LLC, Author/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, McGraw-Hill, Pearson

“A person’s handwriting can unlock unspoken signs of anger or fear in a student. David DeWitt offers well-respected decoding tools for parents and school administrators: handwriting analysis.” –Carol Keeney, Teacher and author of Brand New Teacher, How to Guide and Teach the Early Grades Using Scripts.

David J. DeWitt is a professional Graphologist and a certified Graphoanalyst. He is the author of the book, Handwriting Analysis: Discover Your Own Vocational/Career Potential, a guide to discover 40 jobs to fit your personality, published by Outskirts Press, Inc.

Since his early years in the U.S. Army, he has been lecturing publicly on handwriting analysis to organizations, clubs, schools, and colleges by demonstrating and showing how you can get a grasp of the fundamental rules of handwriting analysis and find out about yourself and others. His new book represents his same easy step-by-step approach in spotting projective behavioral patterns in handwriting in the same way that body language expressions are evident. With the help of graphology, he seeks to provide insight and an additional screening tool for bullying behavior prediction from handwriting to complement traditional approaches.

This event is free and open to the public.  If you are unable to attend this event, you may reserve a signed copy of Bullying: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects by calling The Hickory Stick Bookshop at (860) 868 0525. For further information about this event please email books@hickorystickbookshop.com

Event date: 

Sunday, March 19, 2017 – 2:00pm

Event address: 

2 Green Hill Road

Washington Depot, CT 06794

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David J. DeWitt’s new book BULLYING… Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects is now available as a Kindle eBook and NOOK Book.

BULLYING… Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects is now available as a Kindle eBook at Amazon for $3.99  and as a NOOK Book at Barnes & Noble for $7.99. Please click the icons below to go to their website:

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Title … BULLYING: Author David J. DeWitt … A Guest On The Price Of Business KTEK 1010 AM February 14, 2017

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Listen to author David J. DeWitt’s interview by radio host Jeb Bashaw of Bloomberg Radio in Houston, Texas discussing his new book, BULLYING: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects, between 7:00 – 8:00 a.m. on Feb. 14,  2017 on Price of Business on KTEK 1110 AM.

Coordinator: Cindy Sharp  stated: “authors knows and communicates his topic well. Very Important topic for today.”

Click here listen to this informative talk on BULLYING
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