How you write the letter "i" provides a wealth of information into your life. Including the relationship with your mother and father.
Your "i" provides an idea of how you were raised, the relationship you held with people at school. It represents the father figure in your life. How you are going to bring up your children. How you write the letter "i" is everything in your life, it denotes how you connect with others, how you communicate, if you can succeed.
We can separate the letter "i" letters directly into the upper zone.
The letter "b" is part of the oval group of letters because it has a round circle. If when writing in flow you join up the letter "b" with other letters then this indicates that you're proficient at most things in life, especially caring for others. You have inspiration and imagination. You're an optimist. You concentrate on the positive things, especially if you join up the letter "b" with the left and right hand side. The larger the circle the more confident you are. If you have a large circle, you anticipate events to come out to a positive end.
The pressure and speed with which one writes tends to reflect on the kind of person one is in their approach to life
In grade school it is standard that they make you put your words each 2 fingers apart
The way that the muscles move when writing are often controlled by the central nervous system, this allows mobility and coordination in the shoulder, hand and arm area
The ego plays a significant role in handwriting analysis because when we write, we each include our own personal style or flair in our writing