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Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite
Understanding yourself is important to figuring out what you want to do for the rest of your life. After all, how can you possibly decide that you’re going to be anything at all without really knowing what you like or don’t like? This book looks at your handwriting as a way to interpret your way of thinking and your personality. After all, your handwriting is an unconscious thing. You generally don’t think about how to form each letter as you write (once you’ve learned how to write anyway) and that means you are just reacting. As a result, that unintentional reaction can help you to learn more about yourself and what you will really be able to succeed at in life. Handwriting Analysis: Discover Your Own Vocational/Career Potential by David J. DeWitt is an interesting and quality way to understand yourself.
I’ve looked at some handwriting analysis information before but I’ve never really been able to understand it. What I like about this book is it breaks everything down into short chapters that are easy to read. Before you even get to interpret your handwriting, you find out more about the importance of this process and what it can tell you, which definitely helps. Then there are images throughout the section where you’re supposed to be interpreting your handwriting. This is important because it lets you see what you’re looking for instead of having to figure it out yourself. I’m much better at understanding images so I can compare mine with the one in the book. This was a great addition for me. Handwriting Analysis by David J. DeWitt was interesting, informative and fun.