Are there desirable and undesirable traits?
Handwriting traits are not considered as “good” or “bad” in and of themselves. A personality consists of hundreds of traits, each adding to the mix of uniqueness of the character. For example, a trait that one might consider undesirable, such as aggressiveness, may actually aid a person’s integrity by motivating him toward his goals as a researcher. In another personality, aggressiveness may be a detrimental factor. All traits must be carefully evaluated in a handwriting sample before an accurate picture can be obtained concerning the writer’s personality.