I write a lot about the very important personal pronoun “I” as it reveals the writers self-image as well as his/her parental relationship.
In the above personal pronoun “I” notice how the upper loop (the area that symbolically represents mother) starts high up on the letter. Copybook teaches that this letter should start at the baseline of writing. In analyzing this handwriting we would look for other supporting signs.
If you want fast and accurate insight into yourself and others, learn to analyze this all important letter.
My downloadable PDF on the “Personal Pronoun I” has many examples of possible formations – most likely, yours is included.
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