Maybe it’s because I am a writer but I like the link between how someone uses the written word and their personality. That handwriting might express the person as much as the person expresses the writing. I think this is why handwriting analysis is so compelling – that we are our characters. It’s also probably wildly inaccurate. It’s probably pretty much a crapshoot to understand a person based on how they form words with a pen. That said, I have had clients that I understood everything about long before I met them due to how they filled out their forms. I looked at a form, the ink large and jagged, the pressure through the page enough to chisel stone and I knew I was in for a doozy of a client. And I was not wrong.