Graphology is a scientific system of identification and assessment of character and personality of someone through detailed examination of, and study of, his or her handwriting sample.
- Kathy Gulley-Stevens, Certified Master Graphologist and Document Examiner

If you want to, you can improve yourself, confidentially and privately, without having to reveal yourself to anyone...without anyone knowing, but you. What more could you want? It's private. Free. Fast when compared to other self-help methods. All you need is discipline to do some daily handwriting exercises. All you have to do is write to work toward becoming your Personal Best. It's best to do this professionally, of course, All that requires is having a Grapho-Therapist review and analyze your handwriting (and, thus, analyze you), and make suggestions and recommendations on what strokes to change to change yourself for the better. Think of it as a prescription for self-improvement: RxYourself. The Grapho-Therapist will suggest daily handwriting exercises and evaluate them on a weekly basis. This can be done by mail; you need never meet and it will be treated in strict confidence, like a psychologist.

Grapho-Therapy Defined:
G-T is a means of making conscious changes in your handwriting in order to bring about positive subconscious changes within yourself. Every stroke in your writing correlates to a personality trait within you. I help you recognize and identify negative strokes and get rid of them; thus, getting rid of negative traits within you. I also suggest including positive strokes which will result in development of positive personality traits. This is a reversal of the normal writing process where the brain sends messages to the hand. Instead, I have your hand send messages to your brain. Ever notice that if you change your handwriting changes? Well, why not reverse the process? Change yourself by chaning your handwriting on purpose.

Step One is for me to analyze your handwriting. Step 2 is me recommending specific strokes for you to change in your handwriting. Step 3 is you doing the suggested writing exercises on a daily basis and snail mailing me a current sample once per week for review. You can also make positive suggestions and statements to yourself as you do the exercises; i.e. "I CAN do this; I WILL do this." I'll suggest some. We will follow this procedure until you feel you have achieved your desired changes.

Why Grapho-Therapy works:
Handwriting should be called"brainwriting." It all starts in the brain. Your handwriting is an x-ray of your brain, to the trained Grapho-Therapist. Why not use your brain and hand to bring about positive changes in yourself? When you change, your writing changes, right? So reverse the process and change your writing on purpose to change your brain? It works. It's free; it's simple.

How does this work and what does it cost?
CBS Television News calls me, "The woman who can change your life by changing your handwriting.
Handwriting Analysis is an inexpensive way to get to know yourself better and Grapho-therapy is an inexpensive way to bring about changes within yourself.


For fairly normal people, the cost of the initial analysis is usually $49.95 + $3 S&H. (If you're "way out there," it might run slightly higher). Then, individual follow-up consultations vary dependent upon the person's personality and what changes are desired or needed. My standard or average fee is $49.95 for the initial analysis and $20.00 per week. If you've ever been to a therapist on a regular basis, you know this is "cheap." My monthly fee is less than a therapist's hourly fee. Why? I'm trying to help. I'm stocking up Brownie Points in Heaven, just in case :) You will snail mail or fax me your writing each week and I will evaluate and monitor your progress, mark your sample denoting progress or problems, and fax or email it back with recommendations for writing changes and self-improvement. I'm not God; I usually don't work miracles. However, I have helped millions of people on the road to personal improvement and reward.

I offer you this less expensive self-help alternative. If you don't already know how valid this tool is, why don't you have your handwriting analyzed and see how amazed you are at the accuracy of my report? Then we'll take it from there. This $20/week could be the best, and most important, money you ever spend. If you're not your Best, your life won't be either.

This is an online Introductory Special and these $20 rates will go up later on.


You can gain a working knowledge of Grapho-Therapeutics and how to apply it by attending one of my seminars or classes.

You can do some free analysis on yourself by visiting various pages throughout my web site at Read the links at the bottom of my Home Page.


If you change your handwriting you REALLY WILL CHANGE YOURSELF. This is serious business, requiring a serious professional be involved. You can make some changes without any problems. However, other changes you make could bring about further changes, like playing Dominos. Therefore, changes should be made under the guidance of a trained specialist like me. Example: NEVER change your size or slant of writing without first consulting an expert.

Feeling Down?
Here are some Tips on how to Beat the Blues
Confidential, anonymous
copyright 1997 Kathy Gulley-Stevens,

Graphology is a scientific system of identification and assessment of character and personality of someone through detailed examination of, and study of, his or her handwriting sample. - Kathy Gulley-Stevens, Certified Master Graphologist and Document Examiner Feeling a little down? I can try to help by telling you a little about the self-help area of Handwriting Analysis called Grapho-Therapy or Grapho-Therapeutics. You can change yourself by changing your handwriting on purpose. I'm a specialist in this self-help tool and it's called Grapho-Therapy.

You won't need much in order to do this. Get a piece of paper and something to write with. I suggest a piece of copy paper and your favorite writing instrument. Write in your normal style--using punctuation, spelling, etc that is comfortable for you. Dn't worry about it; no one can see but you, right? Write the following sentences in longhand. If you're used to printing, first print them. Then, try to write them cursively:

I can do anything I think I can.
My small letter "t" tells tall tales.
Going, going, gone. funny farm
Also, now, sign your name and write the names of the important people in your life, as you choose them.

Since I can't see your handwriting, I can only offer general tips, not specific tips as I would if I were doing a personality analysis for you. (Please don't send me handwritings except when placing orders, okay? Thanks).

First, take a look at your baseline of writing. That’s the line that your writing sits or rests on--like the blue line on lined paper. Is your baseline straight? Does it flow smoothly across the page in a straight line? If so, you’re disciplined enough in general to be okay.

UPHILL? Or, is your baseline of writing going uphill? This is good; it means you're optimistic or feeling good about something. Just realize that all things must be in balance. Writing that goes uphill too much is not good. Anything that happens too much is out of balance and, therefore, not good. If there is only one sentence, or one word going uphill, then is when we experts read the content of the sentence or word. We usually don't bother reading the words we're analyzing, just the stroke movements. If one word is going uphill, read the word. That is probably what the writer is feeling good about at the time of writing.

DOWNHILL? Is your baseline of writing going downhill? Then your emotions are too. Does it fall down? Then you are falling down emotionally. What you see is what you get. I’m sorry if you’re sad. If only one sentence or one word is going downhill, read the content and that is the person or thing about which the writer is feeling bad at the time of writing. Let's see if we can do something to help, okay?

Let’s talk about all the normal things one can do to raise his spirits:
Say positive things to yourself and force yourself to have Happy Thoughts. Think about times when you were laughing out loud at something. Force yourself to smile now--come on...TRY. Fake it til you make it! This is my, Fake it til you make it therapy. If you force yourself to smile long enough, you will eventually feel it for real.

If you can’t think of anything funny to smile about, go see a funny movie, perhaps As Good As It Gets. If you don’t find something to laugh at, find someone to talk to who makes you laugh, and forget. If nothing else, go for a walk and stop to smell the roses, meaning, stop to appreciate the beauty and wonder of our world. When did you last notice how truly beautiful a night time sky is when the stars are bright? Or how miraculous it is when a rose slowly unfolds its emotions as I'm suggesting you do yours?

Handwriting is Brainwriting; therefore, you can change yourself by changing your handwriting--on purpose or otherwise. So, let’s do it on purpose. (Another form of, "Fake it til you make it?"
Until you feel happier, concentrate on trying to keep your handwriting going in a straight line across the page when you write. You’ll know when you’re okay because you won’t have to concentrate to make it go in a straight line. it will happen naturally.

This applies to everyone. If you see someone writing downhill, be a pal and show them you care. Talk to him or her. Get them to open up; it's cathartic and helps.
Regarding grieving over a deceased loved one:

Grief is a very personal issue dealt with differently by each of us. I know it too well. Personally, I believe if you feel grief, the person you are grieving had to be pretty special. That alone is a tribute and none of us can hope for much more than that. As long as you remember someone, they are never really dead or gone. They are in your heart and very much alive. I handled my grief by forcing myself to go on to become what my deceased loved ones would have wanted me to become. And then saying "Thanks" to them for having motivated me to do so:) They can hear you, you know...
Regarding a broken heart:

Personally, I feel the best anecdote for a broken heart is a new love. Force yourself to get outside and talk to people. You can't meet anyone indoors; they're not coming to you! Go out! Try supermarkets, banks, malls, restaurants, museums, beaches, art shows, churches, organizations. Maybe just talk to someone at a restaurant coffee counter. Or a place like Starbucks. Start somewhere and just look for a talking companion. Love develops.

Practice makes perfect..and brings peace. There really ARE people out here who care. May God bless you--Real Good.

Take a look at someone else’s baseline of writing today, would you? See if someone else could use a kind word, a smile, or some information on the Baseline of Handwriting and Grapho-Therapy. You might save a life or two along the way. That would make you smile, right?

Signatures which contain a series of lines crossing through them reflect the writer's desire to change his circumstances or his life. At the holidays especially, please take serious note of anyone who crosses through his signature and show you care. You could be saving a life.

Author's Bio: 

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