How to interpret a love letter according to rules of graphology

How to interpret the writing of a love letter with graphology

If you are writing a love letter “handwritten” you can get to know many things that the person who sent it to you, did you know ? Let us help you interpret your love letters.

written love letter

There are 3 basic things to look for if you want to analyze some important details about the personality and feelings of the person who writes to you.

These 3 things are:

  • The margins: upper, lower, right and left.
  • The signature of the person who writes to you
  • The letter “g”. The letter g is associated with the person’s sexual stamp. The analysis of some letters is very important, we propose the “g” as an example of the information that can provide you with the graphology of the person who writes to you.

The top margin

You should look at whether you leave too much or too little white space.

If you leave a lot of space before writing begins, it is usually a distance indicator; You may not feel secure in the relationship.

If you leave little or no blank space, it is a feeling of closeness to the person you are writing to, extroverted personality, trust with the person you are writing to.

The bottom margin

If you do not leave blank space and exhaust the writing until the end of the paper (in the case of a letter of love with several sheets), the person who writes feels very identified with what it says in the letter, it may be spontaneous and sincere .
If you leave enough space at the end of the sheet ((in the case of a multi-sheet love letter), it may be a cooler, more rational letter, with less spontaneous, more rational feelings.

The left margin

It is useful to interpret the influence of the past on the person who writes.

Left margin is absent or small. Important influence of his past; Childhood, education. If the margin grows or widens as one writes, one tries to escape from the past: there is a tendency of increasing surrender to the person being written.
Large left margin. Less influence of the past, the writer feels distant from their past. If the margin narrows as you write, there is some element of shrinkage, cowardice, shyness, or introversion in itself.
Irregular left margin: can indicate emotion, hesitation, variability of character …

The right margin

It is useful to indicate the attitude towards the future.

Small or no margin: It can mean greater confidence in the future and in the relationship that you want to start.
Large or irregular margin: mistrust in the future, uncertainty.

The signature

The letter of the letter and the letter of signature do not match: Generally they indicate that the person offers a different image of the one that really has of itself. It can be an indicator of a lower security, desire to appear, or an image that does not respond to the reality of oneself (the one who writes, logically).

If the letter of the signature is greater than the letter of the writing of the letter: the writer has a very high concept of himself.

If the letter of the signature is smaller than the letter of the writing of the letter: the one who writes the letter has a feeling of inferiority.

If the lines of the signature and the text of the letter do not coincide in their inclination: it can indicate many things: joy that does not feel, concealment of great regret, confidence in overcoming sadness, etc.

The letter g

It can give us clues about the sexuality of the person who writes the love letter. See the meaning of the letter g

Do you want to know the meaning of the letter t?

Important note about Graphology: Remember that Graphology is not an exact science. Writing and its forms can obey in each person to non-confluent factors with the more general stereotypes from which the assessed valuations are drawn.

I am Mary Emma born in 1996 and have been working as a full-time blogger since 2010. The socio-familial context led me to the area of Sciences and universe attending the Astrology course. But her philosophical inclination inclined her to the territory of Astrology, Psychology.