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Revealed: Handwriting Analysis Measures Denial

Monday, September 15th, 2014
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Denial is one of the most common defense mechanisms, and everyone has at least some denial.

It’s a form of dishonesty, and it’s about average on the overall scale of dishonesty ranging from mostly innocuous (white lies) to abusive (intentional deceit).

Denial is useful to maintain sanity in that it blocks out all realities that produce more stress than the conscious mind can handle.

It becomes a serious problem when a person possesses excessive denial; instead of occasional rationalization, full-blown self-deception plays a significant role in his or her daily life, distorting reality to the point where he or she can’t make objective decisions.

Denial, or self-deception, detracts from leadership ability.

Being a form of dishonesty, excessive denial is one of the more dangerous traits that can increase your risk in business or your personal life. The person who is in deep denial is frequently not aware of it. He sincerely believes his own lies.

Fortunately, you don’t have to worry whether or not you can trust that potential new employee, business partner, or other important person in your life. Revealing the level of denial present in a person’s subconscious mind is readily feasible through handwriting analysis and unconventional security investigations.

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