Sunday, January 13, 2008
The white space around your writing tells a graphologist several things. We check the margins or white space around the writing before we even look at the writing. Next we check the white space between the lines of writing. Most letters in copybook are made the width of the letter n so we look to see what the spacing is on the words. A final check for white space on the page is between words. Does this vary or is it fairly evenly done. Do some words seem to lean on each other or crowd one another? One thing we always look for is open spaces that are wider in some areas than in others. As with everything else in graphology anything different means something.