This is not traditional graphology. It is a unique approach to handwriting analysis that I’ve developed over the years. It has left many astounded about the insights they gained about their emotional disposition. This is not a gimmick.
Attach a clear photo of your handwriting sample. It doesn’t have to be anything specific. It especially does not need to be about your current challenges or concerns. Find a random passage from a book that you like, or even an article from a magazine. Anything. But try to provide at least a few lines, or even just a short paragraph. If you want to get a more holistic view of the analysis, include your signature sample as well.
Why do you need my signature as well?
Your handwriting expresses how you interact with the world, while your signature reveals the state of your internal conversations and preferences. You don’t need to include it if you’re not comfortable sharing that info. Please do not include any personally identifiable info on the handwriting sample image.
How do I submit my handwriting sample?
Email your handwriting sample to email@example.com and include your order number in the subject line. Please also write the order number down at the top of the page so that I can match the image to your submission.
How long will it take to get a response?
You should get a response within two business days once payment has been cleared.
What if I don’t agree with your analysis?
Your feedback to the analysis provided is important so that I can clarify my observations as far as possible, but I won’t be able to go into an extended discussion about the underlying influences that I recognised in the analysis. That will require a formal coaching session to discuss in detail. Also, I’ve often received feedback from clients indicating that even though they didn’t see the traits that I mentioned in the analysis, when they consulted with people that knew them well, the analysis was confirmed to be accurate. So if something doesn’t resonate with you immediately, check with someone that you trust to see if they think there is any credibility to that part of the analysis before dismissing it as inaccurate.