MC Gatorade (assfingers) wrote,
MC Gatorade

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I took that there handwriting dealy that's kicking around, and found it rather interesting and (sort of) correct. This is the closest thing to a meme that I've done in MONTHS, because I respect and honor _sterno_*

Here is your analysis.

For a graphologist, the spacing on the page reflects the writer's attitude toward their own world and relationship to things in his or her own space. If the inputted data was correct Ian has left lots of white space on the left side of the paper. Ian fills up the rest of the page in a normal fashion. If this is true, then Ian has a healthy relationship to the past and is ready to move on. The right side of the page represents the future and Ian is ready and willing to get started living now and planning for the future. Ian would like to leave the past behind and move on.

Ian has a healthy imagination and displays a fair amount of trust. He lets new people into his circle of friends. He uses his imagination to understand new ideas, things, and people.

Ian has a temper. He uses this as a defense mechanism when he doesn't understand how to handle a situation. Temper is a hostile trait used to protect the ego. Temper can be a negative personality trait in the eyes of those around him.

Ian's true self-image is unreasonably low. Someone once told Ian that he wasn't a great and beautiful person, and he believed them. Ian also has a fear that he might fail if he takes large risks. Therefore he resists setting his goals too high, risking failure. He doesn't have the internal confidence that frees him to take risks and chance failure. Ian is capable of accomplishing much more than he is presently achieving. All this relates to his self-esteem. Ian's self-concept is artificially low. Ian will stay in a bad situation much too long... why? Because he is afraid that if he makes a change, it might get worse. It is hard for Ian to plan too far into the future. He kind of takes things on a day to day basis. He may tell you his dreams but he is living in today, with a fear of making a change. No matter how loud he speaks, look at his actions. This is perhaps the biggest single barrier to happiness people not believing in and loving themselves. Ian is an example of someone living with a low self-image, because their innate self-confidence was broken.

In reference to Ian's mental abilities, he has a very investigating and creating mind. He investigates projects rapidly because he is curious about many things. He gets involved in many projects that seem good at the beginning, but he soon must slow down and look at all the angles. He probably gets too many things going at once. When Ian slows down, then he becomes more creative than before. Since it takes time to be creative, he must slow down to do it. He then decides what projects he has time to finish. Thus he finishes at a slower pace than when he started the project. He has the best of two kinds of minds. One is the quick investigating mind. The other is the creative mind. His mind thinks quick and rapidly in the investigative mode. He can learn quicker, investigate more, and think faster. Ian can then switch into his low gear. When he is in the slower mode, he can be creative, remember longer and stack facts in a logical manner. He is more logical this way and can climb mental mountains with a much better grip.

Ian is not facing something going on in his life today. He is deceiving himself about it. Often, Ian's opinion of himself is different than those around him. This trait gives Ian the ability to deny anything that does not agree with his "truth." This trait is not always something negative. It is only a defense mechanism allowing Ian not to face some reality in his life at this time.

Ian has difficulty making decisions. His mind changes constantly. He lives in an emotional tug of war. Ian could be described like a thermometer. Today warm and friendly, yet tomorrow he may be distant and cold, not wanting to be close to anyone. Some research indicates that people with a severe variety in the slant of their handwriting have an inability to tolerate sugar and are suffering the side-effects of too much sugar in their diet. If moods swings are a reoccurring issue, investigate the diet. If Ian encounters a situation he cannot handle he frequently pulls into himself. He feels his emotions are secure if he is withdrawn. When he has solved the problem he can be very outgoing and again need other people's companionship. Some see Ian as very moody, but it it would be more accurate to say he has two complete personalities that he chooses depending on the circumstance. This type of person is often hard to understand because no one knows what personality he is exhibiting today. He may not be bothered by something one minute, then the next minute become upset at the same thing. It is very difficult to pin down Ian's emotional expressiveness.

People that write their letters in an average height and average size are moderate in their ability to interact socially. According to the data input, Ian doesn't write too large or too small, indicating a balanced ability to be social and interact with others.

even if we all know him to be a jackass.
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