If your handwriting slants to the right, you’re more outgoing and open to new experiences, according to graphologists. If it slants to the left, you’re supposedly more emotionally withdrawn and like to stay behind the scenes.
Graphology contends that indicators of a person’s personality traits, and even their health and state of mind, can be found through analysis of their handwriting. Upheld as a true science by proponents but dismissed as a pseudoscience by skeptics, handwriting analysis is nonetheless fascinating even if not always totally accurate.
Scope the infographic below from the National Pen Company to see if the ways your coworkers cross their “t’s” actually matches the given traits.
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