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Spring cleaning for your life

by admin on March 24, 2012

It is a time of new beginnings – not only does Springtime encourage people to review the possibilities of moving house;  redecorating a room;  arranging a holiday but also the re-arrangement of their personal and/or professional lives.

It is when making momentous changes in our lives that we need to know and understand not only our motives for so doing, but also the effect it will have on those who live and work with us.    An efficient and painless way of doing this is to seek the help of a graphologist.  Why?   The accuracy they achieve in assessing your personality, emotions and capabilities at this time in your life is second to none and the cost in time and money negligible.

A full and detailed Character Profile highlighting your strengths and weaknesses, empowers you, the writer, to make decisions that would otherwise, in all probability, be shelved.     It will, after careful thought, give you the confidence and self-belief to make the changes you have been fearful of making and the courage to take risks and to develop new interests and even a new career – knowing that you have the capabilities and are prepared to take responsibility for your own fulfilment and that of your immediate family.

Companies are also beginning to look to the future, instead of standing still and hoping that their difficulties will ‘go away’ or Governments’ will ‘take the responsibility’ for improving opportunities to develop and grow.     At long last, most employers and employees are realising that the only way out of a recession and bleak time, is to WORK their way into prosperity and invest in their own future.   If they don’t, nobody else at the end of the day will.

So, whether you are a company owner/director; a self-employed businessman/woman or a student, it is time to know yourself and your capabilities well and take an objective view of who and what you are or want to be.    Your handwriting will give you the answers you need and you only have to send an A4 sheet of your handwriting freestyle together with a full signature (it will only take you less than half an hour) to Margaret White at Graphocentric.   By paying a small fee you receive back, within ten days, a full and detailed assessment of your character, capabilities, professional and personal strengths and weaknesses.  The results will be amazing and your confidence and determination will receive a considerable boost and a determination to build a new and structured future.


Parents faking children’s handwriting

by admin on November 12, 2011

For years and years, children have been used as an emotional tool in family disputes, often involving immoral parents coercing children into making handwritten statements against their partner.

Nowadays it is not unusual for a graphologist to become involved in discerning whether a document, written in an ‘immature’ hand was, indeed, written by a son or daughter or the parent.  This often happens when the child is being used as a pawn in brokering financial settlements, or as proof that one parent failed in their care and responsibility for the child’s welfare and best interests.

It is a very sensitive and often emotional assignment for the graphologist.  Great care has to be taken to ensure that not only the ‘evidence’ (the letter presented as written by the child) must be examined and a personality profile built up – but also the handwriting of the parent who has submitted it as evidence against their partner should be made available for both personality profiling and comparative examination.  In most cases this will provide secure and unquestionable proof as to the legitimacy of the handwritten letter.  However, there are occasions where the situation is far more complex when it comes to adult versus child’s handwriting.

To give you some examples which almost defy belief, but are used by a wicked, and criminally controlling, mentally and/or physically parent/guardian …

  • Siblings will be groomed to believe that one parent/guardian is negligent, does not love them and is a bad parent/person.  They will then be asked to copy out or take down from dictation a document that has been carefully prepared.  Indeed, just one child, usually the most emotionally vulnerable within the family, will often be picked out for such  treatment – making divisions between the family even deeper.  Not only are the siblings set one against the other – but the child, itself, is torn to pieces feeling they have no choice but to comply with the dominant parent, but also feeling guilty, rejected and heartbroken because of the alleged misconduct of the other equally loved parent.
  • As time passes, the child who had been coerced into doing the unthinkable gradually matures and realises that there are two sides to every story – and wishes very much to rebuild their relationship with the parent who is again a part of their life.  Hopefully bridges will be built, but the deep feelings of guilt and distress often refuse to allow a natural and easy relationship to develop.

  • An adult will approach the child of a family friend and ask them if they would like to copy out a letter that is going to form part of a book they are writing and that their handywork will be published as an illustration in the book.  What child doesn’t want to see their name/work in ‘lights’! Not only that, the family ‘friend’ will give them some pocket money for doing it.
  • A parent will, themselves, write lots of little notes in varying childish forms for print script and block letters – saying they were found in the a child’s bedroom, tucked into a book, left on the kitchen table – all indicating that the other parent has been ill-treating them, seen out with another person, or talking to them on the telephone making ‘improper’ suggestions or arrangements.

Some cases are even more complicated and distressing – and it is very hard to remain objective – and not to draw conclusions without having the evidence of fraud, coercion or mental and physical pressure being exerted upon the writer, clearly confirmed.   However, a graphologist is the person entrusted to find the truth of the matter, by using their knowledge of the fundamental rules of assessing a writer’s very individual and personal method of adapting the copybook taught when young, and their expertise in document examination and personality profiling.

Only a qualified and professional graphologist/handwriting expert with several years experience behind them should undertake this work, remaining totally without prejudice in their findings.


Surviving the economic downturn – are you recruiting the right people?

October 4, 2011

We live in times where money is tight and the marketplace is full of people offering you their services, eager for a placement within your company.   At the same time, the purchasers of your products and/or services are very careful with their budgets. This means that you have to be certain that you have employed [...]

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Handwriting analysis testimonials – rare but rewarding

July 9, 2011

Noting the nature of handwriting analysis often being either very ‘personal’ or ‘legal’, there isn’t often the opportunity to gain testimonials from people because confidentiality is of paramount importance.  However, when I do get them they are rare but rewarding, reinforcing in my own mind the value of what I, and other graphologists do. The [...]

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A Brief History of Graphology

January 3, 2011

‘Feeling for handwritings, and love of them arise quite spontaneously. At a particular moment in life, their graphic forms are suddenly illuminated in the searchlight of our consciousness’ (Max Pulver – 1931) 384BC Socrates and Aristotle – ‘I can tell a man by his hand’ – Socrates. Aristotle recorded all Socrates’ speeches during his lifetime [...]

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Fascinated by criminals’ handwriting?

December 16, 2010

I am sure everyone who reads this is fascinated by the handwriting of celebrities, politicians and ‘criminals’ which appears from time to time on the front page of our newspapers and equally intrigued by the people’s comments who are invited to pronounce upon their character from the handwritten notes the reporters or police have managed [...]

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Graphology and Handwriting Analysis

July 13, 2010

Many people are unaware that Graphology and Handwriting Analysis are one and the same thing. Graphology today is the accumulation of knowledge of understanding how and why handwriting portrays the unique character of the individual human being. The first attributable source for assessing a person’s handwriting to understand their character is Socrates. My favourite and [...]

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About Graphology

May 6, 2010

The misnomer – handwriting – should be read as ‘brain writing’ – for without the retention (memory) or knowledge, actions, abilities learned and experience gained throughout a lifetime, combined with the control of the nervous system and musculature by the brain – the hand would not, and could not, write ! The Science of Graphology [...]

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