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    Habitual Fi LineStepper JocktheMotie's Avatar
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    Here's my handwriting, for comparison




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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Here's my handwriting, for comparison

    Good grief.

    Looks like the handwriting of this ISFP I know

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    Yep it's atrocious. I also make up my own words. "Withe" is with-the, and a bunch of shortened words.



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    I merely dabble with handwriting stuff... Aelan or Sub can probably do a better job. But I get a completely different read than what they say...

    Movement of the pen across the page is quite fast, yet he is still managing the large loops with the Gs and Ls. He's a quick thinker.

    Even temperament from the shading of the strokes.

    Letter size: average, line-spacing: regular, good use of the full page with relatively even margins. Very neat -> J-tendencies

    The roundedness in upper loops of Ls and Ds suggests sensitivity towards people... F. However, the writing style is kept very upright. Is he a left-handed writer or right-handed one? Contrary to the article... it does make a difference in the writing. I can't tell because the scan is too small. For a left-handed individual, this is a "mild" right slant. Regardless or the slant, he has good control of his emotions. This suggests an F trained to use thinking.

    Writing is dominated by lower zone, however upper and middle zones are balanced. No, fanciful ideals, but I wouldn't go so far as to say he not open to grand life-changing plans. He drags his pen across the end of word, in particular at the line. He'll consider the merit of a plan before making a decision. But once he's decided... he stands firmly upon them. (decisive ys, sharp periods)

    Issue of low self-esteem, I concur. But only to the point that he's public persona isn't who he really is. Notice how large his signature is compared to everything else, and it's illegible (as is most politicians) One thing's particularly strange is the way the "O" in Obama appears to be added as an afterthought/ deliberately covering up the rest of his name. I think he's an introvert acting out a role. It can be straining, perhaps this is the root of the insecurity.

    I disagree with their indicator of the T-bars. They're always slanted upwards (upbeat attitude). Connection with the T-bar with the next letter... like Th, te etc is planned time-saving strokes. He's adaptive and can think ahead (N?). I wouldn't use the height for self-esteem.

    So overall, based purely on the writing...
    INFJ, possibily eNFJ

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    Hmm. Correlations, you say.

    Because somebody analyzed my handwriting and what I got was roughly equivalent to ESFJ.

    ESFJ? I was thinking EXFP with the lack of spacing and rounded large letters. Not especially "S" being grounded to reality/daily life since the middle zone isn't dominating the writing. But no, for sure it doesn't resemble a prototypical INTJ writing style.
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    ^^ Oooo do me next!



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    mine changes from cursive to all caps to regular print to a mixture of each... the slant changes direction as well... and i have different ways of writing A's, N's, and E's, and R's. I'll post it when I can get my scanner to work.
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    Meh, I just took a picture with my phone. Not like you can read it anyways.



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    Another ENFP sample.

    Freude, schöner Götterfunken Tochter aus Elysium, Wir betreten feuertrunken, Himmlische, dein Heiligtum! Deine Zauber binden wieder Was die Mode streng geteilt; Alle Menschen werden Brüder, Wo dein sanfter Flügel weilt.

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    Whether this actually is Obama's handwriting is debatable... however, assuming it is, that's interesting. ISTJ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    "Withe" is with-the
    I do that all the time!

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