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I was lucky enough last week to have two graphology assignments on consequtive days in beautiful northern California wine country. My niche in graphology is parties and special events, which means I do mini analysis for massive amounts of people in a limited timeframe. Essential to either ignore the negative things I see, or find the most positive spin I can on a particular trait.
I am very sorry to report that we have received news of Thomas Thornburg's passing on 1/23/12. He died of a massive stroke. I offer our sincere sympathy to his family and friends. Thank you Sheila for posting the news on facebook. It is with sadness we lose a friend, member, and analyst. Deb
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American Handwriting Analysis Foundation
I've been a member of AHAF for about 36 years and was president from 1976 to 1980. I served as Co-Director of the Council of Graphological Societies with Eldene Whiting and Betty Link from 1980 to 1983. I was co-editor of the AHAF Journal in the mid-90s, along with Lonnie Morely.
I retired from the AF in 1979 after 26 years. I was a fighter pilot for about half that time and flew 341 missions in Vietnam.
I've lived in Charlottesville, VA for 23 years.
The No.CA Chapter of AHAF meets in Cupertino, at The Sunny View Retirement Community, on the 2nd Saturday of each month (September - June). The address is 22445 Cupertino Rd, Cupertino, 95014. Time: 10AM - 1PM. We cover a variety of topics about handwriting; have an on going study lecture on graphological theory and have time to review writings that are brought by attendees (bring enough copies for 10 people). IF you are new to the Chapter meeting, you are allowed to attend 3 meetings free of charge. Dues are $25.
On Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 6:18 AM, Linda Larson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Tonight, I was reading a book titled The Art of Speed Reading People, How to Size Up People and Speak Their Language.
The authors use the Myers-Briggs Type Indicators to identify preferred communication styles; recognize natural strengths and weaknesses; and identify 4 different temperaments and 16 different personality types.