Detecting dishonesty in handwriting isn’t as easy as you may think. The reason is that there isn’t a straight answer simply because there are so many different types of dishonesty ranging from white lies to outright fraud.
Different standards of honesty
You have probably noticed that people have different standards of honesty. What is honest to one person is dishonest to another.
While you may return incorrect change to the supermarket, someone else will hold onto it and consider it to be a minor windfall.
While a co-worker may tell you that you look awful after your recent bout of flu, a friend may be more tactful and say that you are looking much better.
These are different degrees of dishonesty that cannot be identified from handwriting.
A habitual fraudster on the other hand, is easier to identify from his handwriting. His dubious approach will be imprinted on his character and this will be reflected in his handwriting.
Dishonesty has to be habitual before it can be identified in handwriting. When it becomes a habit it makes a mark or impression on the personality. This is what we are able to detect in handwriting.
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