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I WAS TOTALLY LEFT HANDED UNTIL AN INJURY A YEAR AGO, AND I AM HAVING TO LEARN TO WRITE RIGHT HANDED. I CAN'T BE THE ONLY PERSON WITH A PROBLEM OF THIS SORT, SO I WON'T GET A JOB BECAUSE AFTER 50 YEARS OF USING MY LEFT HAND NOW I HAVE TO USE MY RIGHT. AND OF COURSE MY AGE WILL PLAY NO PART OF IT EITHER.
I am very frustrated that this article did not account for people who have a neurological dysfunction. I am dyslexic so my handwriting is dreadful. My eye-hand coordination isn't there an no matter who hard I try, it won't be there because I have a learning disorder. It is not my fault. I did not ask to have this condition. I had a third grade teacher who "held kids accountable" by announcing to the class that anyone who did not have good handwriting would have their paper ripped up. I thought, "oh no." I was trying as hard as I could. I was so scared. The teacher came up to me and ripped up my paper in front of the entire class. My handwriting never did improve, but I bore scars from that one day for many years.
Okay I was taught cursive in school, did okay with it and dropped it in highschool. Most people have trouble reading cursive, whereas they should be able to read printing. Cursive like caligraphy is a dying art and for everyday use I am perfectly happy with that. I am a writer and if I had to use cursive on the first drafts of my work I would never get to the second draft. It isn't laziness, it isn't lack of education it is the fact that most people now don't handwrite things. They type on their computers or their cellphones. My two oldest can write in cursive but really you would think you were reading a professor or a doctor's notes. It isn't a sign of laziness or some lack it just is all of use are left handed and cursive like most things is really for righthanded people. At least printing I have less ink on my hand at the end of my day.
I went to a Catholic elementary school and learned first to print, then to write cursive in the second grade. Cursive was expected on all written assignments through 8th grade. Then when I went to the public High School, they no longer expected cursive and I began printing again. It was a well funded public school district as well, but I think they had more important things to be concerned about than handwriting. I can still write in cursive, but I can print much more quickly than I can write in cursive. Now, I only use cursive for writing notes in greeting cards. PS: I don't think there is any reliability in the theory of handwriting analysis. It is interesting when it correlates, but it doesn't always align with one's personality.
Shil---------------PLEASE do not use all caps in anything.....to me it means you are mad or screaming! I refuse to read anything in all caps. Please change your ways unless you are always mad or screaming. Thanks much!
Speaking of a comment on using a small "i" in a correspence... whatever turns you on. I knew someone once who could write a fine letter and used the small "i" for I, meaning himself. Never commented on it...wouldn't mind getting another one of those letters using the small "i".This gal took Penmanship in school years ago. Don't think they teach that subject anymore from the writing I have seen; nor sentence structure, either.
What's with the guy in the photo? Is that the type of people we have to work with these days, sly, I am ready to criticize you for every single thing you do look? They should spend more to working on developing their work skills instead of drumming up these ways to incorrectly judge someone. Handwriting analysis along with body language and facial expressions all can be, of course judged, but you really have to ask the individual what it means. Is the look on a person's face a mean look that you conclude or is they just found out someone died? See what I mean - It is judging incorrectly by those ways and it is unfair if you conclude without asking the person.
I would not want to work for a place that "analyzes" my handwriting. I don't think it is valid either. To me if someone analyzed me from my handwriting at work, I would take that as an indication of abusiveness in the work place. It may be correct in some cases or close but it is not ever something concrete that you can judge someone on. It also would be a type of discrimination. Also, my handwriting, changes from time to time and I deliberately do it.