Opinion: What Does the Letter A Say About Your Personality?

Dr. Mozelle Martin

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As a 35-year forensic handwriting expert, I have analyzed handwriting around the world and would like to say I've seen it all.

But, that would be an incorrect statement. Just when I think I've seen it all, someone makes a strange letter shape that makes that statement untrue.

All letters can have "good" and "bad" and even "neutral" personality traits attached to them.

Of course, no expert would ever take one letter and say, "Oh yes, this is your personality" because there are 26 letters in the alphabet and six parts to every letter to analyze. But there are over 5,000 personality characteristics that can show up in one's handwriting so there are much more than letters that we analyze.

However, for fun, I have both a mobile app and this included snapshot of a few of the many "A" letters you may write that will show you a tiny bit of what your personality has within it. If you are interested in the rest of the "A" examples, you will find them in my book series called "The Housecall Analyst".

Letter ADr. Martin

However, to learn more about how we experts "stack" traits and build the whole personality profile (which takes up to nine hours on average), please watch the profiles of several famous cases on my YouTube channel, including Amber Heard.

Finally, if you would like your personality profile completed, I invite you to visit the Forensology store. Services start at just $20.

This content reflects the personal opinions of the author. It is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. This content should not be substituted for impartial fact or advice in legal, political, or personal matters.

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35-Year Forensic Handwriting & Body Language Expert @ ColdCaseFoundation.org

Lubbock, TX

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