‘A Wonderful Experience’

A friend of mine recently wrote this review of TraitTracks Handwriting Analysis.
[Having my handwriting analyzed] was a wonderful experience. I am so glad I had it done. I was shocked at the accuracy. I also felt incredibly comfortable talking to you. I thought it was very entertaining. It made me want to look at everyone’s handwriting as well. :)
Thank you, Joy!  To read what others have to say about TraitTracks, click here.
All the best,
Allie

‘An Incredibly Eerie Experience’

An acquaintance of mine, Lauren Wear, recently hired me to write a one-page summary of her personality as revealed by her handwriting.  She wrote a very helpful review, and it is below.  Thank you, Lauren!

Reading the short-version analysis of my handwriting was an incredibly eerie experience.  Though generally skeptical, I trusted Allie’s skill especially after she was recommended by Pastor Wilson.  But I did not expect the level of accuracy I received back from her.  It was spooky to know that my handwriting gave away all my deepest personality traits, ones that most people don’t even know about me – and this was all coming from someone who didn’t know me at all!  Though still completely bewildered as to how she could possibly have known so much about me from my handwriting, I certainly am a believer now.   I recommended Allie’s handwriting analysis to anyone who is curious about their personality!

To read more testimonials, click here, and for more posts on handwriting analysis in general, click here.

All the Best,

Allie

My Pastor on Handwriting Analysis

I had the pleasure of analyzing the handwriting of my pastor, Douglas Wilson, last week.   I was eager to both look at his writing and also get his take on this science since I have the highest respect and gratitude toward him for his ever-ready counsel, wisdom and teaching.  Before I gave him my list of just under 30 personality traits, I asked him what his opinions were on handwriting analysis in general.  He explained both his respect for and reservations of it in a very helpful way – let me paraphrase:

A handwriting analyst is like a wine connoisseur.  A wine expert who really knows what he’s talking about is a highly valuable person with lots of experience and knowledge.  However, it’s hard to be sure which wine connoisseurs are actually experts and which are faking it.  You know he’s for real if he can tell you with a blindfolded taste the wine, year, vineyard, etc. of each glass you hand him.  On the other hand, it’s easy to be duped by someone who talks eloquently about something you yourself know little of, and it’s easy for an amateur wine connoisseur to fool a person.

Pastor Wilson compared this to a handwriting analyst who says things that are so general that they are hard to disagree with or else basically makes things up based on what they think will be acceptable to the writer being analyzed.  He mentioned that it would be especially difficult for an analyst to be objective and science-based if the person being analyzed was someone they already knew well, because there would already be preconceptions of the writer.

These are great points to bring up, and I am glad he asked about these things because most people do.  First, he’s right: you must always be wary of handwriting analysts because they may or may not know what they’re talking about, like the phony wine connoisseur in the illustration.  That’s not to say, however, that there is nothing to either of these areas of knowledge, right?  When someone can prove that they certainly do know a lot about wine, you trust them to know which bottle to buy.  Likewise, when someone consistently analyzes handwriting with specific and accurate information, you acknowledge their skill in revealing your personality traits.

Happily, I was able to say that I had analyzed many people both known and unknown to me personally and had had great results.  Also, Pastor Wilson was pleased to hear that I had learned in the setting of a well put-together handwriting analysis course and had done my homework, passed tests, etc.  I told him that I have a huge awareness of the need for objectivity when it comes to analyzing anyone, even good friends, and never say any trait that I can’t confirm by pointing to at least three letter formations.  I spent the next few minutes asking him about different personality traits found in his writing, and thankfully he said it was accurate and interesting!  He wrote the following review of my service:

I am happy to be able to recommend Alison Bradley’s work as a handwriting analyst.  She is careful, meticulous, and very professional.

Thank you, Pastor Wilson, for your insights and the opportunity to analyze your handwriting!

All the best,

Allie


A ‘Jolly’ Review

This testimonial is from Helen True, a woman I met for the first time a few weeks ago when I analyzed her and her husband’s handwriting.  Thank you, Mrs. True!  It’s so much fun to turn a skeptic into a believer. ;)

Had it not been for some fine, upstanding people at Alison’s table at the Fall Jolly, coupled with the fact that I am acquainted with her family, this skeptic would have not even stopped at a handwriting analysis table.  But under the circumstances, and intrigued, I gave Alison a handwriting sample for a quick analysis.  The results were interesting, confirmed several things that I had already recognized about myself, and got me thinking about a few other things.  Now, I’m open to considering a more in-depth analysis sometime.

‘Very Thought-Provoking’

This is a testimonial form a friend whose handwriting I analyzed about a week and a half ago.  Thank you very much, Rachel!

I had a lot of fun listening to Allie tell me about my different personality traits based on what she saw in my handwriting.  Most of what she said was right on, and my roommate, standing next to us, nodded her head in agreement the whole time!  I found it rather helpful, hugely encouraging, and very thought-provoking to have someone else elaborate on characteristics (some of which I knew about, and others that sounded right, but I hadn’t thought about) that define me, and explain how they all are evident in the way I cross my T’s, slant my handwriting, lift my pen, sign my name, etc.  The part I appreciated most was that Allie didn’t leave me with just “these are things about you that you can think about,” but instead, she offered suggestions on how I could try changing certain details in my handwriting to affect different facets of how I live life.

Please get in touch with me if you’d like your handwriting analyzed by an expert!

All the best,

Allie

Realistic, Not Morbid – A Word from My Mother

My mom has this to say in regards to her daughter’s odd new business:

So when Allie told us she was interested in Handwriting Analysis, I admit I was pretty skeptical.  I have since become a believer!  I am amazed at the accuracy with which she is able to identify personality traits just from the formation of letters!  I love the official printed version she does that presents a ten-page, complete personality analysis including how you think, make judgments, express love, handle various situations, learn, etc.  This analysis really helps me to see myself, looking, not morbidly, but realistically, at the way others see me.  It also encourages me to look away from myself to others.  It gives me lots to chew on and consider, but grants a raw honesty that is in a way quite freeing as I look to Christ and how he would have me change and grow for His glory and the benefit of others.  Thanks, Allie, and may God bless your efforts!

Thanks for listening to me talk about handwriting all the time, Mom!!  Your support is hugely encouraging.

All the best,

Allie

“Fun, Savvy and Uncannily Spot-On” – A Kind Review

I analyzed my friend Gwen’s handwriting the other day, and she not only wrote me a flattering testimonial (can’t say I mind being likened to Sherlock Holmes!) but also gave me permission to share it here.  Thanks, Gwen!

Ms. Bradley’s analysis is fun, savvy and uncannily spot-on. With an eye for details and a quick, deductive mind, she is something of a Sherlock Holmes of the handwriting world, catching the incredibly obvious details which you blissfully ignore every day. The result is breathtaking. From the crossing of your Ts to the loop-de-loop of your L’s, she will read your penmanship—and you—like an open book.