Letter C

Letter c graphology

Letter "c"  is part of the middle zone family of letters.

In mid sentence, to join up the letter "c" with the left and right letters is a positive omen. It means that things are going to be content.

backward slanted c graphology

Handwriting Analysis - Curl up to the letter "c"

To curl the pen up to write the letter "c" signifies mental or emotional stress and possible fearful feelings or worry. You've got a strong requirement for closeness. In associations, you're a individual who includes and bonds together with your partner. If you are single, you would like somebody that will consider you and also share every aspect of existence with you. Your challenge in love, is understanding how to provide your partner his very own space.

curl up to letter c graphology

Handwriting Analysis - Arc Slanted "c"

This is when you write your "c" large as if in an arc and is slightly backwards (see above). If you write the two stalks of the c this means that you interact with people really well. If you write with any loops on the C which is arc slanted then your emotions are normally wide open to others.

forward slanted c graphology

Handwriting Analysis - Large Slightly Slanted  "c"

If challenged by others you will have an emotional reaction. For the "c" to be forward with a loop means that you have a visual and experiential approach to life. You listen best when you are able take notice of the person speaking to you or see a situation from many different perspectives.

Forward Slanted C

Handwriting Analysis - Curly Slanted  "c"

Small slant of the "c" is connected to introversion and the slant can suggest your stable qualities. If the "c" is naturally slanted right then this can mean balance of personality. It is easy to see if someone has this writing quality. 

backward slanted c graphology

Handwriting Analysis - Curly Slanted  "c"

The image above I have used twice. I wanted to focus on any "curls" in the C. You might find your "c" is written with curls. To have a curly slanted "c" indicates that you are an interesting character. Growing up there may have been extreme sensitivity triggered by many family problems, even separation or divorce. You must use your own actions and arguments. Consequently, you might feel "allergic" to anybody shouting to you and hate noisy verbal disapproval. You're more motivated by physical expressions of reassurance and acceptance.


By Florance Saul
Nov 7, 2012