The science that deals with interpreting handwriting exists since ancient times. The way your handwriting looks and especially your signatures can talk a lot about yourself. A special branch of handwriting analysis includes testing your signature, which is a more personal method of depicting a person’s writing. You may find below some examples to test your signature and to discover what it reveals about your personality.
- Using only initials
If you sign like this it means that you are a discrete person, who doesn’t share the personal life with others.
- Straight and legible signature
You are straightforward person, like your signature your personality is easy to read.
- Downward or upward slope
You are cautious person, and you analyze the risks making a change. An upward slope may suggest that you’re ambitious.
- Underlining or not your signature
Underlining your sign indicates self-importance. Not underlining means you let your achievements speak for themselves.
- Slanting towards right
This means that you are an extrovert.
- Illegible signature
This type indicates two things: a sharp mind and a busy lifestyle or a person who likes to portray an aura of mystery towards everything.
- First letter is a large capital letter
If the first letter of your signature is a large capital, you sometimes emphasize your self-esteem and you may become arrogant if not kept under check.
- Stylish signature
You may be a creative person or you like to make a statement about yourself.
- Using both first and last name
Clearly writing your first and last name shows a good sense of personal achievements.
- Upward turn at the end
This indicates a lot of optimism in your personality.
- Swooping letters
Confident persons usually have big swooping letters in their signature.
- A swish or flick at the end
You are endowed with wisdom and creativity.
- Putting a period at the end
A period at the end of the sign indicates leaderships’ skills.
- Avoiding dots on ‘I.’
You tend to focus on the bigger picture in your life.
- Using only the first name
If you sign only with your first name shows that you don’t like to be linked with your family’s achievements.