For years women have used everything from advice columnists to horoscopes in order to figure out if the man they're dating is "the one." In Finding Mr. Write (Villard Books; May 22, 2000; $19.95), author Beverley East propses that handwriting can tell a woman more about her mate than he may willingly admit. East, president of Strokes and Slants, a handwriting-analysis firm based in Washington, D.C. and London, says no matter what secrets he tries to hide, his handwriting will reveal them.
Graphology is a systematic analysis of handwriting according to strokes, slants, spacing and pressure, and how he loops his letters, how much pressure he puts on the page, where he writes on the page -- all of these clues are signposts to what's going on inside.
East presents writing characteristics individually to reveal a whole image of a man's personality. Some tips include looking at the slant of the word -- is he an introvert or extrovert? Look at his t's -- the t's can tell you all about what motivates him. Look at his personal pronoun, I -- it will tell you the level of his self-esteem. Does he print more often than not? Is so, he's very direct and to the point. East gives readers the tools to uncover everything you should know about your partner, regardless of how well he thinks he's hidden it.
Finding Mr. Write will tell the reader more about what's going on inside him than his financial statement can, and is the compass that will aid you in your search for Mr. Right.
About the Author:
Beverly East, a master graphologist, is a leading authority on handwriting. She is a founding member of the Association of Qualified Graphologists. Her services as a graphologist have been used by the House of Representatives, Fortune 500 companies, and major hotels. She lives in Washington, D.C., and London with her husband and son.
|Publisher:||Random House Publishing Group|
|Edition description:||1 ED|
|Product dimensions:||5.82(w) x 8.57(h) x 1.03(d)|
About the Author
Beverley East, a master graphologist, is a leading authority on handwriting. She is a founding member of the Association of Qualified Graphologists. She lives in Washington, D.C., and London with her husband and son. Her website is www.writeanalysis.com.