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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Aelan -- I finished mine (finally). It's 20 lines, stream-of-consciousness. What shall I do with it?
    Either PM me or put it up here. Let me know if you want your reply on your thread or PM or here. I'd do yours based on HW, and your posts so far & MBTI . Would be interesting if we could see some answers there. And make it more accurate I hope.


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    Substitute --THANK YOU.
    'What are you afraid of?' Ah, the million dollar question.

    Thank you again. I'd say true, nearly all of it, although a few of the things I haven't really been aware of til now (or rather I have on some level, it's just never really been pointed out to me by another party), but I would agree. I must ponder it now.

    I do have a question though - I've posted a LOT on this site; how much of this might have been gleaned/intuited by reading my posts, vs. strictly my handwriting samples? Regardless, you've 'read' me pretty well I think. Most impressive, substitute.
    Re: What are you afraid of. I think if you compare the sample from 6 years ago, vs the more recent ones, you may see some clues. On a quick look: You're more guarded now vs previously, want simplicity where previously you had higher hopes and were more emotional, some may say you were anxious to be liked/loved/accepted then, a lot more so than now. This probably led to situations where you were taken advantaged of, simply.

    I'd say your tolerance levels have went down now in a sense, as a means of self-protection then. Ergo, what are you afraid of - being hurt and sapped of more emotions which you have previously given more freely, mayhaps. Walls are not necessarily a bad thing to have.

    I can see where Sub derived most of his analysis points from, but I have trouble seeing the religious bit though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfmaiden14 View Post
    Is it too late to get my name on the analysis list, Aelan?
    heehee. Try sub.

    I still owe him his. and I've palmed off the rest to him. hehehe.

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    Heres an interesting one... of course it would be hard to do given you may already have a bias towards him. These are the Omaha Shooter's suicide notes..
    Omaha Gunman Suicide Notes - December 7, 2007

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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post

    Re: What are you afraid of. I think if you compare the sample from 6 years ago, vs the more recent ones, you may see some clues. On a quick look: You're more guarded now vs previously, want simplicity where previously you had higher hopes and were more emotional, some may say you were anxious to be liked/loved/accepted then, a lot more so than now. This probably led to situations where you were taken advantaged of, simply.

    I'd say your tolerance levels have went down now in a sense, as a means of self-protection then. Ergo, what are you afraid of - being hurt and sapped of more emotions which you have previously given more freely, mayhaps. Walls are not necessarily a bad thing to have.

    I can see where Sub derived most of his analysis points from, but I have trouble seeing the religious bit though.
    Thank you Aelan!! I like the comparison between the two samples, and you're quite right in how I was 6 yrs ago, vs. where I'm at now...i.e. the self-protection/walls/'coping mechanisms' I've developed over the past 6 yrs. 6 yrs ago, I was just a year out of college, and I did have high hopes, idealism, and intense desire to be liked/loved/acceptance. I WAS taken advantage of in a few romantic relationships, and after those romantic relationships (the first of which I was really open and true and real and emotional), and the failure in them, I completely retreated and went into self-protection mode, and since then have had a much more difficult time being really open and taking those personal risks with others -- even though I still have the same intense need to be liked/loved/*accepted*. I'm much more careful and guarded now, in terms of opening up, than I was 6 years ago. 6 yrs ago I was more trusting. Less so now.

    I've thought musingly on a few occasions in the past 6 yrs that the 'real world' has nearly beaten my spirit out of me. But I will prevail. I'm trying to now find a balance between that more guarded/cautious self-protection place I've walked into, vs. my previously rather trusting and vulnerable (ok, probably naieve) and really open spot. I used to be much more open to being open (ha ha) in real life, vs now. 6 yrs ago I was probably much more giving and in tune w/ others needs, and sacrificing myself; I probably went a little far in the opposite direction over the yrs to protect myself, and now I'm trying to reverse a bit and find that healthy balance. As for my need to be liked/loved/accepted these days being less high than previously -- I think the need is equally strong, I just have a tendency to intellectually resign myself to it not being possible - like I just give up because the connections I want happen so rarely. So I resign myself. But I hate doing that! ;-) So the emotions are still quite there, I've just been suppressing them much more recently, which isn't working out so well. ;-) But I won't go into that.

    Ah, that balance.

    Anyway, thanks. And yes, my general fear is fear in being myself, and my *whole* self not being accepted by any one person.
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    I didn't mean that she was religious, I just meant that there was religious influence, or that religion played a part in her formation and her perceptions of it - or of its perceptions of her, still play a part in her self-image.

    And as for 'what are you afraid of?', well I got a picture of someone approached by a friendly stranger just making small talk, who stands there making minimal replies and just wanting to get away, even though the stranger isn't creepy or weird or anything. You know, how sometimes people have their feet pointing away even as they're smiling and trying to be polite, and can't sorta wait to just get away? I've met people like that before - in fact it's quite common in this part of the world - and I got a sense of that from casca's handwriting, and that despite her doing that, she does sorta want the stranger to pursue her... but yet still seems to keep 'running away', or just basically giving cues to the stranger that tell him not to bother, she's not interested in his friendship or anything, even though she is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    I didn't mean that she was religious, I just meant that there was religious influence, or that religion played a part in her formation and her perceptions of it - or of its perceptions of her, still play a part in her self-image.
    Religion most definitely was present in my upbringing, and for a few years in college I was a bit fundamental (not across all of my beliefs; more the group I was with), but I am no longer religious, for lots of reasons. So I feel I understand both mindsets, as I used to have more of a religious mindset at one point, but no longer do. Truthfully I have some resentment towards religion, and there is perhaps some self-castigation in the sense that I'm no longer capable of believing something I used to [try to] believe in. And I know that my lack of any conventional beliefs is judged by others, just as when I was more religious I used to judge those who weren't - it was recognition of this that was the main trigger/'wakeup call' in my leaving religion, and from there I spent a long time building up my own belief system and view of people, life, and the world.

    And as for 'what are you afraid of?', well I got a picture of someone approached by a friendly stranger just making small talk, who stands there making minimal replies and just wanting to get away, even though the stranger isn't creepy or weird or anything. You know, how sometimes people have their feet pointing away even as they're smiling and trying to be polite, and can't sorta wait to just get away? I've met people like that before - in fact it's quite common in this part of the world - and I got a sense of that from casca's handwriting, and that despite her doing that, she does sorta want the stranger to pursue her... but yet still seems to keep 'running away', or just basically giving cues to the stranger that tell him not to bother, she's not interested in his friendship or anything, even though she is.
    Well, this is probably true too. A simultaneous fear of the stranger (distrust of strangers' intentions, or simply being uncomfortable with smalltalk or uncertain how to respond), but also desire for the connection.

    I do believe I unconsciously project a 'go away' thing to strangers, even though I do crave connections. It's something I'm trying to figure out. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtlessFuture View Post
    Heres an interesting one... of course it would be hard to do given you may already have a bias towards him. These are the Omaha Shooter's suicide notes..
    Omaha Gunman Suicide Notes - December 7, 2007
    Funnily enough, when I saw those, that was the first thing I thought of - I wonder what you'd get out of an analysis of that handwriting!?
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    oh shit, I was meant to do htb and runvardh as well wasn't I?

    *easily distracted seive brain*
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    oh shit, I was meant to do htb and runvardh as well wasn't I?

    *easily distracted seive brain*
    I think it is i before e except after c and weird, mister scrabble

    hehehehe.

    yaps. though a quick look at htb gives: directness, someone not afraid to state his points, abstract thinker, looks for definites, not a huggy huggy person, but can be nice if you meet his standards.

    kitty: distracted. lol.

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