edit: this one has the potential to be fun in a kind of way. I'll dig up some handwriting of mine
I was looking at your handwriting (the shape, not what was written), and my immediate reaction was to think that I would really like the person who wrote like that. Then I looked and saw you were INFJ, just like me. Funny!
I put 3 different samples of my handwriting taken at different points in a week in another thread on here once... they have different slants, different sizes and different amounts of connectivity and loopiness... they don't really look like they were written by the same person even
does this mean that I'm crazy according to this thread?
Unless you have three names/personalities to go with your different handwriting, I think you're OK
My cursive is generally concise in form unless I need to write fast. I mostly write somewhat like how I was taught (sort of like the standard cursive being taught way back when) with a couple exceptions. Uppercase F and T in cursive are VERY similar except for some slight variances, and I am not overly fond of making loops when I don't need to. So, my cursive isn't that fanciful.
My print, I consider it a bit messy than it needs to be. I've known a lot of people that think my print is cleaner and more legible than theirs though and that all they ever write is in print (I'm usually writing cursive most of the time.)
I guess it looks pretty much like the Ti sample on the site LunaLuminosity linked to. Also, I can see a few similarities with the Ni sample if I'm not wrong.
Oh, and because I like to be the killjoy and many of you seem excited by the idea of handwriting giving many clues about one's personality/MBTI type, here's an article that doesn't really support your stance: http://www.spring.org.uk/2008/03/gra...ns-between.php
According to this link: http://lisaschuetz.com/blog/tag/mbti/, my handwriting is difficult to pinpoint. My handwriting may look a little less organized because my penmanship skills aren't the best. It's kind of smallish, I think. Not as clear and neat as the Si example is. Resembles a bit of the Ti example, and a little bit of the Ni example. Don't notice much of what they call Fe or Fi in my writing.
“Thoughts are the shadows of our feelings -- always darker, emptier and simpler.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
I find this thread interesting I wonder if someone looked at my handwriting, what type would they pin me as. I don't know how to describe my handwriting. It is definitely legible, but it's not very pretty (the letters are just clear to read). My letters have the tendency to be normal spacing, squished together, or spaced too far apart (and no, no learning disability). It also has a bit of a leftways slant (but I'm right handed......... but then again this slant tends to change directions). It's medium sized, not big, not tiny. If you wanted specific letter descriptions, the top of the d tends to curve left and the j's, y's and g's have a curled tail LOL. Most of my letters, when in print, do have the tendency to connect to eachother also. Lastly, I tend to switch between my print handwriting and my cursive handwriting.....................
Not sure if that would tell you anything about my personality type, but it's an interesting notion that handwriting can help determine that lol. I did take a picture, but I can't post it, sorry.
Everyone is perfect, in their imperfections.
There is no such thing as normal, since everyone has something about them that others find strange.
I've never actually tried to type others by handwriting, but I was curious to see if anyone else had ever noticed handwriting styles that could be an indicator of (at least partial) type? For instance, loopy, messy, uses all uppercase letters, etc.