Golden Girls actress and one of Hollywood’s remaining “stars from sitcoms past”, this Golden Girl actress has a cult-like following … unusual for even actresses half her age. What is her secret? What is in her handwriting? View here a brief sample of her handwriting and see if you think her self-esteem is a key reason for her 5+ decades of Hollywood success.
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I’m about to show you the scariest handwriting sample I’ve ever seen.
This example alone proves to any skeptic that personality does come through in a person’s handwriting. Show it around the office today.
Take the next 8 minutes and check out the mind of a convicted criminal… and a deviant.
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A magazine reporter called me last week and begged me to do a quick analysis of the super famous Playboy Playmate and reality star Kim Kardashian.
For those who do not watch much reality TV, her hit show The Kardashians follows Kim and her family around drama-filled shoe shopping sprees and other nail biting experiences.
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