Handwriting Analysis: Signatures and Size
Your signature represents your public-self image:
- What you think of yourself in public
- What you would like others to think of you
- And what you think others think of you
Compare sig size to “Hope to see you before long! We Love you,”
A. Signature much smaller than writing:
- This is someone who wants attention by being so obviously unobvious.
- Example: You’re at a party where everyone is together in a group socializing, while one person is standing in a corner by himself… Who do you notice?
B. Signature slightly smaller than writing:
- This sig indicates insecurity. This person doesn’t feel very big when he gets into public situations. He’s shy, reserved, ad would rather fade into the background.
C. Signature the same size as writing:
- This means the person behaves the same way in public as in private. Such a person doesn’t put on airs or change personalities when in public. What you see is what you get.
D. Signature slightly larger than writing:
- This means healthy self-confidence in public. Your sig will be as large as, or slightly larger than the rest of your writing.
E. Signature much larger than writing:
- This signifies someone screaming to be seen and heard. In actuality, a person with this trait feels small inside. To compensate (to make up for it), he comes on extra big.
- Example: Someone who constantly brags about his IQ actually doubts how smart he is. Someone who brags about his sexual conquests…
- When you meet this type of writer, you’d see him as someone who’s coming on big and cocky. Psychologically, someone who who comes on big is only acting this way to compensate for an inner feeling of smallness.
SOURCE (book): "Handwriting Analysis; Putting It To Work For You," By Andrea McNicole