This personality profile is based on the writing of Bridget Hopkins created at the website: Handwriting Wizard.com - Handwriting University's Official automated personality report creator based on standardized basic personality traits as taught through Handwriting University's Certification Level Program.
Bridget is a very emotional person with a broad range of emotions from the highest highs to the lowest lows. She feels emotional situations very strongly. She'll flash to the very peaks of elation, sweeping everything before her. Then, for some reason unknown to herself, she will burn out emotionally. These mood swings can be very disturbing to her. Sometimes, she feels that she can no longer produce anything. But, after given some time alone to "recharge her emotional batteries", she will spring back into action.
Because Bridget feels situations intensely, she relates easily to others' problems. If she is not careful, when she comes into contact with someone who is in a depressed frame of mind, she will also suffer the same emotions and change moods. Bridget reacts impulsively, without much thought before hand. She may plan everything in detail before she even begins, then do it completely different when the time comes to carry it through.
Bridget has a strong need for affection. She thrives on touching and being touched. Bridget desires being told that she is loved, every day. She enjoys being the center of attention. She loves attention, sometimes she even retells stories that got her attention earlier.
Bridget has the possibility of being a actor or natural born salesperson, simply because she relates so well to other people. She likes expressing how she feels, what she is doing, and what she plans to do. She is a people person.
She will work most efficiently in a people orientated job as opposed to a job working alone on an assembly line (that would drive her insane.)
People that write their letters in an average height and average size are moderate in their ability to interact socially. According to the data input, Bridget doesn't write too large or too small, indicating a balanced ability to be social and interact with others.
When Bridget expresses an opinion on a issue she will stick to that opinion, and probably will not change her mind. In other words... Bridget is stubborn. When she is wrong about something that she has decided upon, she will have trouble admitting she is wrong. Changing Bridget's mind can be very difficult. Once Bridget makes up her mind, she doesn't want to be confused with the facts!
Bridget will be candid and direct when expressing her opinion. She will tell them what she thinks if they ask for it, whether they like it or not. So, if they don't really want her opinion, don't ask for it!
Bridget is a cumulative and procedural thinker. She likes to have all the facts before making a decision. She thinks or creates much like a brick mason, stacking fact upon fact. Her thought pattern or the conclusion will not be complete until the last fact is in place. Like that brick wall, Bridget learns faster through visual demonstration than through quick verbal instructions. Once she has learned new material, and understood it, she won't forget.
Bridget is a methodical thinker, therefore she is able to build things and come up with new ideas. In an argument, she often loses to rapid thinking people because she is thinking thirty minutes later about what she should have said. These people often are very booksmart, but can be out-gunned in a rapid fire verbal debate.
She may learn new ideas at a slower pace than other "less detailed" people, but once she gets it, she can handle repetition. Some people hate jobs with too much repetition, she can handle it better than most.
Bridget's true self-image is unreasonably low. Someone once told Bridget that she wasn't a great and beautiful person, and she believed them. Bridget also has a fear that she might fail if she takes large risks. Therefore she resists setting her goals too high, risking failure. She doesn't have the internal confidence that frees her to take risks and chance failure. Bridget is capable of accomplishing much more than she is presently achieving. All this relates to her self-esteem. Bridget's self-concept is artificially low. Bridget will stay in a bad situation much too long... why? Because she is afraid that if she makes a change, it might get worse. It is hard for Bridget to plan too far into the future. She kind of takes things on a day to day basis. She may tell you her dreams but she is living in today, with a fear of making a change. No matter how loud she speaks, look at her actions. This is perhaps the biggest single barrier to happiness people not believing in and loving themselves. Bridget is an example of someone living with a low self-image, because their innate self-confidence was broken.
One way Bridget punishes herself is self directed sarcasm. She is a very sarcastic person. Often this sarcasm and "sharp tongued" behavior is directed at herself.
Bridget is very self-sufficient. She is trying not to need anyone. She is capable of making it on her own. She probably wants and enjoys people, but she doesn't "need" them. She can be a loner.
For a graphologist, the spacing on the page reflects the writer's attitude toward their own world and relationship to things in his or her own space. If the inputted data was correct Bridget has left some white space on the left side of the paper. Bridget fills up the rest of the page in a normal fashion moving the entire writing rightward as she moves down the page. If this is true, then Bridget has a healthy relationship to the past and is ready to move on. The right side of the page represents the future and Bridget is ready and willing to get started living now and planning for the future. Bridget is leaving the past behind and moving on to what she perceives as an exciting and enticing future.
I think most or all of it is true! Some of it makes me sad.