Sex, Lies, and Handwriting by Michelle Dresbold is a fascinating read and look into the world of psychoanalysis based on your handwriting.
Believe it or not, your handwriting reflects who you are as a person. The way you shape your letters and words can reveal a lot about you. Dresbold does an outstanding job pointing out the areas to look for in your own or someone else’s writing to try and create a better picture of them.
Could your colleague be a murderer? Could your significant other have sexual issues? Is your boss deceptive and sneaky? Is your neighbor insecure or perhaps a perfectionist?
If you can analyze the way they write their G’s, P’s, and J’s you might be able to find out. Dresobld use’s real life examples of writing analysis to teach you and you’ll soon be on your way to look at your own handwriting out of secret worry.
Though Dresbold does a good job teaching them, it is hard to remember all the differences right from the start. You can surely remember a few that will stand out, if you really want to learn this skill, you’ll have to practice, practice, practice and keep this book as a key reference.
Of course even doing it for fun or as a party trick might be enjoyable as well. As long as one of your guests isn’t a sociopathic murderer.
Listed at 300-pages the book is a breeze to read through. The chapters are small and the pages are regularly broken up with images of writing samples.
Sex, Lies, and Handwriting makes for an excellent choice when you have a few hours to kill waiting.