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Handwriting Analysis Reveals Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Conflict

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Intrapersonal conflict is internal conflict. For example, you want to have an affair, but you don’t want to hurt your partner. You’re conflicted.

Interpersonal conflict occurs when you are in conflict with other people, such as having a disagreement with your co-worker.

Handwriting analysis identifies both. It directly reveals intrapersonal conflict, and exposes personality traits that relate to interpersonal conflict, such as rebelliousness.

7 Personality Areas Related to Conflict Discernable Through Handwriting Analysis:

  1. Conflict avoidance–a fairly common subconscious defense mechanism. This can manifest as evasiveness, which can greatly hinder interpersonal communication. In the extreme, a person can appear to be very flaky and unreliable, such as rarely returning phone calls or e-mails, even from those with whom the person has never had any interpersonal conflict.
  2. Argumentativeness—the opposite of conflict avoidance.
  3. Conflict with authority—ranging from lack of cooperation to radical defiance.
  4. Conflict with male or female role model, stemming from early life issues. This could relate to a mother, father, older brother or sister, or some other person.
  5. Fundamental inner conflicts, such as wanting to socialize, yet needing alone time.
  6. Conflict between how you think and act (must be in the extreme and have corroborating factors to manifest as integrity problems).
  7. Rationalization, self-deceit—the denial of truth or converting desires into facts; dishonesty. In the extreme, hypocrisy is common, such as with a person who exhibits a moral superiority complex, secretly engaging in what she speaks out against.

The aforementioned forms of intrapersonal and interpersonal conflict can be extremely costly and detrimental to your business or personal life.

All too often, the problem isn’t recognizable until after the damage has been done; how a person appears to be and how he really is can be very different once you get to know him.

The good news is that you can substantially reduce your overall risk by identifying such problems before it’s too late.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

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