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