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Monday, March 23, 2009

Women love recipes and to know more about other people!

So how do recipes and knowing about other people relate to each other?

And how does all this relate to handwriting analysis?

Because they are brought together in a unique, fun way in Treats 'n Traits: Delcious Recipes to fit your Personality!

Can't think of what to give a friend for a hostess gift, for a birthday or other occasion? How about Treats 'n Traits?

It shows the reader how to indentify 15 Personality traits from writing.

And then it gives one delicious, original recipe written especially to suit that personality.

Try "Far East Fantasy Salad" for the person who's writing shows them to be a Dreamer.

Or "Really Cool Coco/Pine Pie" for someone who is always Cool, Calm and Collected.

It's great fun.

You learn something neat, and you have this great selection of yummy recipes to boot.

Try a free taste of Treats 'n Traits here...

And then go back here to get the rest!

So why would I want to analyze handwriting?

So why would you want to analyze handwriting?

Because it allows you to find out things about yourself, or other people, that you might never otherwise find out.

It shows the motivations behind the actions, which explain why the actions happen or happened.

For example, Joe flies off the handle quite unexpectedly once in a while, but the rest of the time he's really quite calm and poised. Does he just have a very nasty temper that he manages to hide most of the time?

No. The likeliest explanation would be that Joe, writing with very heavy, upright writing, does not naturally express his feelings or frustrations. He just hangs on to them and they build, and build and build.

One day, another frustration occurs, and although in itself it is nothing earth shattering, or even that frustratins, it goes on top of the pile of other frustrations that have been building up. It is the straw that broke the camel's back.

Joe explodes. He just lets it all out. It sounds like a blast of a violent temper, but it's not. It's a release of all that pent up emotion.

Knowing this, someone who truly cared about Joe, could help him talk about what is getting to him on a regular basis, encourage him to "unload" gently in small doses, to the volcanic erruption doesn't happen.

That's just one example.

Was she telling a lie when ..... if it's written down, you can tell.

Will he be good for this job, where we really need someone who is good at coming up with new ideas? His writing will tell.

Can I trust him/her, will she be careful with money or a spendthrift, will he be loyal?

Will he enjoy socializing or turn into a stay-at-homer? Will she always be talking, or can she listen ... or just enjoy silence?

It's all there in the writing. Whatever you want to know about a person's personality, you can find it in their writing.

Use it to help your interaction with others, socially or at work.

Use it to make decisions for business, or your personal life.

Use it to gain insight into how better to relate to someone.

It's not magic. It's scientific.

Each stroke you write is body language, and just like any body language it gives amazing insights into someone.

Don't let the word "analyze" puts you off - this stuff works!

For more on learning handwriting analysis...

Saturday, March 14, 2009

When people write in all capitals

When someone writes totally in capital letters it's because they don't want who they truly are to be seen. They may well be totally unaware that that is why they are doing it, but that doesn't change the fact that it is!

People who are just looking for clarity sometimes print. Engineers, accountants, architects are some of the employment groups who very often print because exactness and accuracy are so important in their line of work.

However, capital letters provide no further clarity than printing, so all caps is not done for clarity.

The least possible is revealed from writing in all capitals. Printing shows less than script, but when all the writing is in capitals, it hides even more.

Most handwritten ransom notes, for example, are written in all capitals!

You can get something from it however. For example, the slant will still tell you the emotional make up of the writer (the farther to the right, the more the emotional expression), and the heaviness of the writing will still tell you how deeply emotions affect this writer.

There are a few other indications that will still show through in all capital writing, however, the main thing to think about is that this person, knowingly or unknowlingly, is hiding themselves away. The question is "why?"

For more on handwriting analysis...

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Let me tell you about Treats 'n Traits

I thought I'd put an entry in my blog today that offers you a free taste (literally) of my new book "T 'n T: Treats 'n Traits".

The free tasts consists of information on how to analyze one trait from handwriting, and the recipe for a totally delicious treats that suits this personality.

"You can check it out here

I wrote Treats 'n Traits in collaboration with Barbara Lawrence. Barbara is the author of various cookbooks, and for many years wrote cooking columns in several Californian newspapers and magazines.

Barbara and I came together through her interest in handwriting analysis.

I mentioned to her that I'd had an idea for a book that gave recipes according to personality: that involved analyzing writing then choosing the appropriate recipe. However, since my idea of haute cuisine is a lightly boiled egg (a challenge for me as it usually comes out rock solid), the book had so far not happened.

From there Treats 'n Traits was born.

It's fun, educational and the recipes are delicious!

A unique mix, it's a great gift to yourself (and why not, you deserve a gift!), or a great gift for anyone either interested in people or food.

Who does that leave out? Not many!

At the moment, we are offering it at an introductory price, so take advantage of it while it lasts.

Again, to get you started here is a "free taste" - a pdf of one personality trait analysis and the matching recipe "Never-too-late Butter Bars". (Can you guess what the personality trait is?)

T'nT: Treats 'n Traits can be found at