This means that the middle zone of the writing is humped and
rounded at the top like a series of arches. It is in the basic
style of copy-book, though it is not taught in all schools.
Writers who use this can be loyal, protective, independent,
trustworthy and methodical, but negatively they can be
secretive, stubborn and hypocritical when they choose. The most
important characteristic is group solidarity against
Garland is like an inverted 'arcade' and is a people-orientated
script. These writers make their m's, n's and h's in the
opposite way to the arcade writer, like cups, or troughs, into
which people can pour their troubles or just give information.
The Garland writer enjoys being helpful and likes to be
Angled middle zone is the analytical style, the sharp points,
rather than curves, give the impression of probing. The angle
writer, is better employing talents at work and for business or
project purposes, rather than nurturing, which is the strength
of the garland writer.
As with any indicators of personality style, the interpretation
doesn't mean that each writer needs to be categorised and
prevented or dissuaded from spreading their talents and
interests, but the analysis can helpfully show where the
person's strengths can be best employed.
Thread handwriting is like unravelled wool, waiting to be made
up into something fresh. These writers are mentally alert and
adaptable, but can also be elusive and lack patience. They are
responders, rather than initiators. They can be very clever at
drawing together strands of information and making something of
them. Therefore they observe and bide their time, so that
decisions are made at the most appropriate moment.
Wavyline handwriting is often an amalgam of all or most of the
other forms and is usually written by people who are mentally
mature and skilful. It shows that they can call on a variety of
responses, to suit the occasion and indicates good coping
mechanisms. They are adaptable and resourceful.
These features and interpretations provide a small but useful
guide as to the way people behave, and particularly how they
handle their social requirements. Check your own handwriting
against these pointers to see what you can learn or confirm
about yourself, and see also how effective even just a few
simple graphology techniques can be in revealing personality
Understanding the personality through handwriting is a valuable
way of making the best of both personal awareness and
interpersonal situations for the benefit of all concerned.
The aim in using graphology to analyse a person's handwriting
must always be positive. The interpretation should enable people
analysed to use the understanding gained, to help them live
their lives to the highest level of satisfaction that they
choose. In a professional or organizational context, graphology
can play an important part in enabling working relationships to
be forged that will enhance the quality of the group or team
As a child you were taught to write, but it's not likely that
you still write in the way you were taught. The fact that you
don't helps to explain the reason graphology exists and why
graphology can be used to interpret personality.