Handwriting Analysis: Lying
When someone leaves an extra space in their sentence, it can hint that they are lying. I didn’t have time to scan in a written example so I’ll type a sentence instead. You’ll still get the general idea;
“I would love to help you tomorrow.”
“I made the cake myself.”
“I was working late at work.”
“I love you.”
I have yet to note this quirk in someone’s writing but I will be looking for it now. I don’t know if it’s entirely true because there are times were I find myself putting a space like that in one of my written sentences when I pause to think about what I am writing next. Maybe this is only true when speaking about something that you would lie about, like telling your wife you were at work when in reality you were banging your girlfriend.
Interesting little bear….interesting.
This entry was posted on February 6, 2013 by H.N. Sieverding. It was filed under Daily rambling and was tagged with analysis, behavior, handwriting, learning, lying, personality, psychology, study, teaching, writing.