There are clues to handwriting that show the signs of eating disorders. Handwriting Analysts can pick these out, as a doctor can pick out the enlarged muscles on the lower part of your back from constant bending and purging for bulimics.
Did you also know that changing your handwriting can change your life? I know. I have made the necessary changes in my own handwriting to make a difference, and I have, as have others, noticed these new positive character traits.
I am a grapho-therapist and handwriting analyst. I can’t guarantee that it works for everyone – changing the letters which reflect your way of thinking, your frustrations, your obsessions, your dislikes. But I know it did for me. Looking back at my handwriting then and the one now and the difference in my thinking is indescribable.
If you want to take part in my study to see if this works for others, and you are suffering from an eating disorder, I invite you to send me your handwriting to firstname.lastname@example.org. It is all highly confidential, and I will respond with a brief result, explanation of the traits and suggestion of changing certain letter forms to see if it works for you.
Understand this is not easy. It took me six months to relearn my writing. But it also changed me. Again it is NOT a guarantee that it works. All I know it did for me.
Handwriting analysis, by the way, is not some clairvoyant psychic phenomena. It is a science that has been studied much over the years. It is, as Dr. Wilhelm Preyer stated almost 90 years ago, “writing is basically a neurological process. To (make the pen) write, the brain must transmit messages through the nervous system to the muscles that guide the pen. It is the coordination of the brain, the nerves and muscles that determine such basic writing characteristics as the pressure, smoothness of line, ink distribution, shape and spacing of letters and forth.”
The brief results are free conditional on agreeing to return the favor of letting me know six months later if the suggestions of changing the writing, and henceforth proceeding in doing so, have had an effect on you.
If you do decide to go ahead and send me your handwriting, please do so on a blank page with as many letters as you can and in cursive. I don’t care how messy the writing is. It has no impact on the outcome. Also a signature, if willing, speaks volumes. Again, all is held in the highest of confidentiality. Content is also insignificant, as I rarely read the words, I’m more interested in the letters and the format. There is also the option of sending a “real” letter. I would provide you with my mailing address to do so. It does increase the accuracy. Otherwise, however, it can be scanned and emailed.
If you have any further questions, you know you can contact me. Again it’s email@example.com.
To those who choose to do this, thank you in advance.