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Emotional Expressions (Slant)

Have you wondered why some people find it easy to strike up a conversation with a complete stranger while others feel shy even to speak out their mind with their own people.. Your question is going to be answered soon enough. People are usually categorised as either extroverted or introverted. Most fall in the category of ambiverts. The way a writer slants his handwriting can reveal how and why some people are reserved while others outgoing.

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Slant indicates emotional expressiveness - one's ability to communicate how he/she feels. The main function of emotional expressiveness is knowing how someone processes their feelings. The main clue or indicating factor is the size of the handwriting combined with the slant. 

Leftward Slant: 60 to 70% of the strokes will end up at an angle to the left of 90 degrees. People with this trait may have a hard time expressing their feelings & connecting with other people. There is a lack of trust.

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Right Slant: A heart ruled person. They will be impulsive and let their emotions rule their life more so than the emotionally withdrawn person (leftward slant).

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Ambivert: Middle of the road, not extrovert, not introvert, but ambidextrous. This person relates to both left & right slants. They will be more conservative in a lot of their decisions.

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