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Exposing 7 Menacing Subconscious Personality Defenses

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You have free will to make the most of your life, yet there are things in life that you can’t control, such as other people’s behavior and the risk they pose to you.

Embracing the illusion that you can spend a few hours or so (or even months) with someone and gain an understanding of their true personality—all the masked problem traits—is one of the biggest threats to your business and personal related risk.

Understanding the authentic nature of key individuals in your life can go a long way toward reducing your risk.

In order to do a handwriting analysis assessment within ethical boundaries, under normal conditions, the subject must first give their consent. Typically, potential new hire assessments, for example, wouldn’t include the analysis of the sorts of negative attributes below because they are unrelated to the personality qualities needed to successfully do the job.

However, dangerous circumstances such as a person’s livelihood being at risk, or otherwise having to deal with a bad character may well necessitate an analysis involving the types of personality traits featured in this article.

Select clinical behavioral terms (and other extreme phrases and descriptions) are listed here to illustrate the usefulness of the science. These and more are measurable by handwriting analysis: “narcissistic,” “prejudiced,” “evasive,” “envious,” “paranoid,” “confrontational,” “sadistic,” “emotionally unbalanced,” “mental disorder,” “dejected,” “depressed,” “psychotic,” “vindictive,” “deceitful,” “domineering,” “dumb,” “psychosis,” “pathological,” “duplicitous,” “two-faced,” “hot-tempered,” “lacking in integrity,” and “dishonest.”

Subconscious defense patterns are generally very tough to modify and include some of the most threatening and troubling personality traits.

Examples of resistance-type defenses include aggressiveness, domineering behavior, defiance, and resentment.

Examples of acute escape-type defense patterns (which are commonly more difficult to modify than the four listed above) include severe evasiveness, self-deception, and secretiveness.

A potential business partner, associate, romantic interest, or other significant individual in your life possessing such perilous personality qualities as lack of emotional balance, excessive rationalization, resentment, and insincerity would be a disaster, particularly when the subject possesses astuteness and cunning (all of which are straightforwardly assessed in handwriting analysis).

As one of the most effective means of identifying genuine personality, including red flag matters like those listed above, handwriting analysis gives you an immense advantage in helping you to limit your risk.

Copyright © 2012 Scott Petullo

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2 Responses to “Exposing 7 Menacing Subconscious Personality Defenses”

  1. Sylvia Says:

    When I had a reading with you, I was disappointed because I put a lot of trust in someone whom you said was going to be a “tragedy” if I continued dealing with this person.

    I must admit to allowing this person back in my life. The results were disasterous. But it is human nature to want to believe the bad will change or that we can change someone and we want to believe the lies that a so called friend are telling us.

    I have learned much from the experience and want to thank you in hindsight for the correct predictions. When this person again tried to contact me, I was prepared and found out that my decision saved me from further harm.

  2. Scott Petullo Says:

    Thanks for your feedback, Sylvia.
    Scott

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