The High King Lives

Handwriting Analysis: My Mom’s new blog April 23, 2012

Hello friends :)! Last week I introduced you to my sister Jen and her blog as a children’s author. Well, everyone seems to be jumping on the blog wagon ;). I’m so proud to introduce my mom’s blog (link below). My Mom Ann Littlefield has studied handwriting analysis for years.  As mom puts it in her first post, Handwriting Analysis  is “the study of handwriting strokes to determine personality traits.”

Handwriting Analysis is a scientific and mathematical method. There’s nothing hoodoo about it. It’s not about telling the future or crazy stuff. I say this because people who have never heard of it before sometimes have weird assumptions. Yeah, it’s a precise and mathematical process that has the same results every time. A high “T” bar will always mean the same thing. It’s not based on the analysist’s own interpretation or emotions. My mom had to take courses to learn this. It’s really neat and alot of professionals use it. Handwriting Analysis can be used to understand the traits of criminals, to identify fraud, and even to see if certain personalities match. It would be great for counseling.  The police force have been using it for a long time.

Anywho, Mom’s first post is really interesting because it features the handwriting of different movie stars. So check out her blog and show her some love please 🙂

Also, it’d be great if you followed her ;). Not only will she be blogging about Handwriting Analysis but also health tips and inspirational posts. My mom is a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) so her health tips should be interesting. My mom is also a devout follower of Jesus Christ (and my hero) so her inspirational posts are sure to be heart warming.

I’m so thankful to have such talented and beautiful ladies in my family 🙂

God bless and Remember The High King Lives!~Amber Dover


10 Responses to “Handwriting Analysis: My Mom’s new blog”

  1. very interesting study!. u might want to learn a bit of html code instead of having us to copy and paste.


    When you edit a post you can insert that bit of code i just gave you.
    Click “html” at the upper right corner and insert where desired! good luck!

  2. ill have to email it to if you like! it keeps going active

    • amberdover Says:

      it showed up in my email and I put it in my Crafty Monday post (the first link). It highlighted the words but when I go to click it it doesn’t do anything 😦

      thanks so much for helping me :)….I’ll figure it out somehow

  3. nikky44 Says:

    Thank you so much Amber for that. I will check and follow for sure. I am struggling SO MUCH with my son’s handwriting. It’s terrible and he might fail at school because of that 😦

    • amberdover Says:

      hmmm I’m not sure if my mom could help but you can always ask if she has suggestions. I heard there’s this good book called handwriting without tears or something like that. Yeah I’ve always had sloppy handwriting and I remember my teachers talking to my parents alot about it.

  4. Glad to know that you will be blogging about handwriting analysis. It is really an interesting way to analyse personality and character from handwriting.

    • amberdover Says:

      Thanks but I won’t be blogging about it. I was just introducing my Mom’s Handwriting blog. The link was in the post. Yeah, it’s really interesting. I may reblog her posts every once in awhile but to read them all the time it’d be best to go to her site. I’m sure she’d love to hear from you since you know about it too 🙂 God bless!

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