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Do you know all the awesome things your handwriting says about you? The study of handwriting – graphology – is an amazing way to learn all about yourself and the secrets of the personality of others. These graphology secrets will give you the power to learn all about someone with just their signature. If you’ve ever wondered what does your handwriting say about you, you HAVE to watch this video! We will give you the fast facts on handwriting analysis that will totally blow your mind. Try this video as a graphology test to learn the graphology secrets that you want to know. Get ready to be amazed with these 25 Awesome Things Your Handwriting Says About you.

If you want to learn what your handwriting says about you, then this video is a smart place to start. If you right big or small that says something about your personality! Similarly, if your handwriting slants to the left than that reveals deep personality secrets. If you write in cursive there are even more lurking in your handwriting that graphology can reveal. Pay attention to the loops in your cursive and the points on your cursive letters – this is where many of the handwriting secrets can hide. Ready to learn something new? Watch this video to learn 25 amazing things about handwriting and leave us a comment letting us know what you think about graphology!

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The handwriting of you and those your know is hiding tons of secrets that you can unlock with these graphology tips! Write something down and check out your handwriting styles and what they say about you or your friends. Have wide e loops? Seems like you’re open minded and like to try new things. Have a big and loopy l, then your handwriting says you’re relaxed and spontaneous! If you have a ton of pressure on your pen when you write, that also says something about you – and it’s not what you think! If you think the space between your letters and words is not important, then you’re wrong. Just as important as the letters you write is the space in between those letters – too much space means you could be pushing people away. Want to catch someone in a lie? Try these graphology secrets to catch even the best liar! Get ready to learn something new and see what graphology secrets are in our top 10.

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Theresa May has written to the EU seeking a short delay to Brexit until the end of June, telling MPs at PMQs that a longer delay would mean ‘a failure to deliver’ on the result of the 2016 referendum
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The Chief Minister has said the best option for Gibraltar and the UK is to revoke Article 50.

He said in the light of the EU making it clear it would only grant extension if given a good reason, the best deal for Gibraltar was clearly continued membership, and had no doubt everyone in Gibraltar’s Parliament would agree on that.