Handwriting Analyst, David J. DeWitt to Speak: At The Monroe Senior Center – July 18, 2017 – 1:00 pm…

~Author To Lecture At: The Monroe Senior Center: Topic… “Handwriting Analysis: What Your Handwriting Reveals.”

On Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 1:00 p m, I will be speaking at the Monroe Senior Center, 235 Cutler Farm Road, Monroe, CT 06468. I plan to show the young of heart seniors how they can get a grasp of the fundamental rules of handwriting analysis and find out about themselves and others.   Every day you interact with people around you … your friends, your co-workers, your mate and etc. Wouldn’t you like to know what the people around you are really like or thinking by learning a new tool called handwriting analysis?  

I’m looking forward to speaking at the Monroe Senior Center with reference also to my current books: “Handwriting Analysis: Discover Your Own Vocational/Career Potential, plus BULLYING: .. Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects.”

I was happy to read  in April 2017: Monroe School District debuts app to fight bullying and abuse since my book on Bullying addresses support or initiation of anti-bullying programs in local schools and within the community.

MONROE, Conn. (WTNH) Which stated: — School kids in Monroe now have a new tool to fight bullying and other kinds of abuse. The Monroe School District just started using a new app and website called Anonymous Alerts. 

It lets students report incidents of bullying or other problems anonymously. They can even have anonymous conversations with principals or other school officials.

“There are opportunities within the program that allow students to identify themselves as well so we can respond to them and have a dialogue and that can happen either with their name or without their name,” _____ said. School officials say even though the app is new, they have already been communicating with some students through it. Parents really seem to like the idea, the school district said. 

“So seniors please come Join this adventure presentation which includes a Q&A, booksales and signing by contacting:”

Barbara Yeager: Monroe Senior Center Director of Community & Social Services

203-452-2815 (center)

 

 

 

 

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~Graphoanalyst Introduces A Possible Approach To Determine Traits Of A Bully And A Victim… A Review By Stefanie Sanchez – ReadersMagnet ~

~Graphoanalyst Introduces A Possible Approach To Determine Traits Of A Bully And A Victim… A Review By Stefanie Sanchez ReadersMagnet ~
Roxbury, CT – WEBWIRE – Friday, June 23, 2017

Learn ways to not be a bully and a victim of bullying

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! The book, “Bullying: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effect,” gives us insights on the link between handwriting and the possible unlikely aggressive behaviour.

The author 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 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 patterns of behaviour.
 
This is a must have book for those curious minds who want to learn and realize more about the relation between one’s handwriting and the possible patterns of behaviour. This is a very interesting read.

BULLYING: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effect” will be displayed in the coming 2017 National Education Association on June 30, 2017.

Grab a copy and learn more!

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Nonnewaug High School GradNite – Saturday, June 17, 2017

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~On Saturday, June 17, 2017, I will be analyzing handwriting for the 5th year … for the Nonnewaug High School Graduates to assist them in choosing a college major and to help them make a career choice to fit their personality based on my book: “Handwriting Analysis: Discover Your Own Vocational/Career Potential.”

Location: Nonnewaug High School, Woodbury, CT 06798 Starting Time: 8 PM

Contact: Christine Paige– Nonnewaug GradNite Committee (NHSGradNite.com) or email: nonnewauggradnite@aol.com

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David J. DeWitt’s newest book: BULLYING..Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects will be featured on: Outskirts Publishers, “Authors Testimonials” blog… Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 6 p.m.

 

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David J. DeWitt’s newest book: BULLYING..Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects will be featured on: Outskirts Publishers, “Authors Testimonials” blog...(https://selfpublishingauthor.wordpress.com/) Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 6 p.m.

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Handwriting Analyst, David J. DeWitt to Speak: At The Roxbury Senior Center – May 24, 2017 – 12:30 pm (Noon)

 

~Author To Lecture At: The Roxbury Senior Center: Topic… “Understanding What Handwriting Says About You & Others.”

On Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 12:30 p m, I will be speaking at the Roxbury Senior Center Luncheon, 7 South Street, Roxbury, CT 06783. I plan to show the young of heart seniors how they can get a grasp of the fundamental rules of handwriting analysis and find out about themselves and others.   Every day you interact with people around you … your friends, your co-workers, your mate and etc. Wouldn’t you like to know what the people around you are really like or thinking by learning a new tool called handwriting analysis?  “Join this adventure presentation and luncheon which includes a Q&A, booksales and signing by contacting:”

Linda Wahlers: Roxbury Senior Center Director

860-210-0056 (center)

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Graphologist David DeWitt to speak at WUMC … May 21, 2017

WATERTOWN — David DeWitt, of Roxbury, CT, a professional board certified graphologist, will speak at the Watertown United Methodist Church on Sunday, May 21 at 2 p.m.  Using display boards to show different sizes, slants and other styles used by people in writing, Mr DeWitt will explain how individual strokes of handwriting reveal the character and personality of the writer.

The subject of various forms of handwriting has interested psychologists for many years, and handwriting is considered a mirror of yourself and a product of your mental capacity, reveling more about you than you may think.

 The United Methodist Women are offering this program on handwriting as an outreach program to the community and no reservations are required.

The church is located at 305 Main St., Watertown, at the intersection of Routes 6 and 63. The entrance is in the rear, right off the parking area, and is handicap accessible. Additional Info…contact Bernice Proe,  (phone 860-274-8641)

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Author, David J. DeWitt, to talk at (CAPA-SW) CT Authors & Publishers Association Meeting on the topic: “BULLYING” Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects – May 8, 2017

~On Monday, May 8, 2017 at 7:00 pm, I will be speaking on my most recent book: “BULLYING” Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects…  at the Shelton Public Library (aka the Plumb Memorial Library, 65 Wooster Street, Shelton, CT.

I plan to point out to the CAPA group the links between handwriting  and the possible aggressive and dishonest human behavior  as an additional early tool  to detect such unwanted behavior signs as BULLYING!

David J. DeWitt is Certified Graphologist and 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.

For additional information: Contact Joe Keeney at email: jkeeney9267@sbcglobal.net

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Monroe Students Now Have Access to Anti-Bullying App

Students now have an opportunity to anonymously report bullying incidents through a website and smartphone app.

Click here to read the article.

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Listen to Talk of CT radio appearance with Brad Davis, of WDRC Radio 1360

I was overjoyed that Brad Davis had me on his morning radio program, Talk of Connecticut and extended the interview to really discuss my newest book “BULLYING: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects.”

Click here to listen to the interview.

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RADIO APPEARANCE: Talk of CT with host Brad Davis, WDRC Radio 1360~AM, Bloomfield, CT …April 28, 2017 at 8:05 AM

Certified Graphoanalyst and Author, David J. DeWitt will be interviewed on his new book: BULLYING: Applying Handwriting Analysis to Detect Potential Danger Signs and Effects, on the Brad Davis morning radio show  host of the Talk of Connecticut, WDRC Radio AM 1360, Bloomfield, CT …Friday, April 28, 2017 at 8:05 am…

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