Explanation- our writing moves on the paper from left to right. So it only seems natural to move in the direction of the writing (a forward slant). If somebody comes to you, and you are friendly, you will move slightly forward to greet him. But if you go back,it shows that you are not interested. So a writing which slants to the right is of an extrovert and that which slants to the left is an introvert.
Explanation – I am sure this was easy to guess. When we are full of positive emotions our body goes up, and when we are with negative emotions our body goes down. Same is with the handwriting. Writing which slants uphill is a happy optimistic fellow and writing which slopes down is a pessimistic and stressed up person.
Explanation – aggression causes our muscles to tense. And only tensed muscles can make angles. Feelings associated with angles are anger, aggression, competitiveness, hard work, determination etc. Roundness can be made by relaxing the muscles, and feelings associated with roundness are love, peace, flexibility, adaptability, gentleness etc.
Explanation – when we concentrate we shut ourselves from all external influences, and fully focus on the work in hand. As we narrow down our focus to one thing, our hand movements also gets restricted and small writing is the result.
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