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10 Personality Traits you DON'T want to have in your handwriting

Fiona MacKay Young, Handwriting Analysis & Personal Growth

10 Personality Traits you DON'T want to have in your handwriting

Fiona MacKay Young, Handwriting Analysis & Personal Growth

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14 Lessons (48m)
    • 1. About this Course

    • 2. How it all works

    • 3. How to get someone to write for you

    • 4. #1 Aggressiveness

    • 5. #2 Argumentative

    • 6. #3 Defiance of Authority

    • 7. #4 Domineering

    • 8. #5 Deceptive

    • 9. #6 Resentment

    • 10. #7 Sarcasm

    • 11. #8 Stubborn

    • 12. #9 Irritable and Temper

    • 13. #10 Unpredictable Mood Swings

    • 14. 13 Wrapping it all up

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This course shows you how to identify from handwriting 10 negative personality traits. You will be able to identify these from writing, whether it's your own or someone else's. You will also learn how to remove them from your own writing should you wish to do so.

The course includes an explanation of how changing your handwriting can change aspects of your personality and why you would want to do so.

Clear graphics and explanations with a quiz to check you understand how to identify each trait.

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Fiona MacKay Young

Handwriting Analysis & Personal Growth


I've been involved for over 20 years in helping people move ahead with their lives through identifying their gifts, strengths and overcoming blocks or limitations. It is my goal to inspire those I meet to develop their potential to the fullest.

There are a wide variety of ways to do these things, and I love to explore, adapt and create new ways.

As a Graphologist and Grapho-Therapist (Handwriting Analysis),

And also as a Career Counselor and Personal Development & Law of Attraction Coach,

I love nothing more than to help people be the very best they can be, to realize their hopes and dreams and love their lives. 

I also love 'techie' things, and have worked as a Graphic Designer, creating websites (WordPress) and creating videos fo... See full profile

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1. About this Course: I'm feeling a McCallion. Welcome to the 10 personality treats you don't want to have in your writing, how to recognize him and others on how to recognize manure, all writing on remove them if you want to. This course will take you through. These 10 traits on it will show you how to identify tip in your writing how frequently they appear, how strongly they appear as how should remove them if you decide you don't want to have them anymore. And the other side of that issue will now be able to recognize thes same personality traits and other people's writing. And that could be a great boot because they're all negative traits. And if you can identify to someone else before it becomes a problem, then that could be very useful. And if you identified in yourself and decide to remove it, there are instructions in the course of how to remove it, because once to remove something once you change something a personality trait in your handwriting on you keep doing it often enough so it becomes natural. It then disappears when your personality is well, because your handwriting's body language and body line, which effects how you feel justice, how you feel effects body language so you can change things about your personality through your handwriting. And that's what this course is all about. Zack. The negative traits. Get rid of them through your handwriting on. I'd be able to identify when you come across someone else who has a So let's get going on the 10 personality traits you don't want to have in your handwriting. 2. How it all works: 10 personality traits you don't want to have in your writing how to remove them if you have thumb and recognize them in others. This course allows you to do three different things. One to identify if you have any of the 10 personality traits in your writing on and to remove any you have and don't want to keep. And Number three is to identify thes 10 traits and other people's writing, where the awareness will help you to deal with them more effectively. If you're not familiar with how you could use handwriting analysis for personal development , here's a quick explanation. Body language Any body language affects how you feel justice. How you feel affects your body language. Imagine feeling extremely happy. Your body language will show it. Imagine feeling not so happy but determinedly smiling, holding your head high and walking with a spring in your step. The result is you will start to feel happier so it works both ways. Feelings affect body language just as body language, her facts, feelings and handwriting is body language. You move your body as you write, so its body language and Justus if you go around smiling and acting happy over a period of time, you will start to be a happier person if you change your handwriting over a period of time . Thes changes will also affect your personality in this way, as thes 10 traits are removed from your writing. They will gradually then fade from your behavior on the way you think as well. And of course, identifying negative traits in someone else's writing alerts you to what to expect and allows you to plan on how to deal with it ahead of time. So let's get started identifying the 10 personality traits you don't want to have a your handwriting. 3. How to get someone to write for you: how it against someone to write for you. So you want someone's writing to analyze. It's remarkably easy to get. Just bring into conversation the fact that you've taken an interest in learning handwriting analysis, have some paper and a pen with you. Take it out as you talk about what you've been learning. Write and illustrate what you're talking about. Show them how it could identify some traits but make it positive traits. So is thought to scare them off. And as you go, it's very lightly that the other person will gets involved and they will show you some strokes or letters that facing her different or want to know what they mean, even if they say they're demonstrating how someone else writes a particular letter, that doesn't matter, because all the rest of the writing they do is their own writing. If the right just one letter asked him to write it out in a few words, so you can see how it looks. Besides other letters, thank give them a genuine and sincere reading. If you know what it means, tell them if you don't then tell them that, too. After all, you told them you were just learning. Make sure the right on the same piece of paper as you did. That way you are entitled to keep it. If they produce their own paper and write on that, they're likely to pocket it once you're finished. But if it's your paper and you wrote on it, you'll be expected to keep it. And now you have some of the writing for future analysis, and you're not being sneaky or underhand because you told them you do handwriting analysis . And they wrote what they wrote for you for that very purpose. So it's all aboveboard and open coming up next. Number one treat aggressiveness. 4. #1 Aggressiveness: number one aggressiveness. The aggressive person is likely to go on the attack either verbally or physically, when other, more gentle methods of coping could work. Aggression certainly has its place, but most of the time in civilized society is unnecessary and unwelcome. However, in handwriting, mild aggressiveness is someone who is enterprising, ready to grasp opportunities and take action. So for it to be a negative, it has to be strong. Which means it has to appear almost as often as it could in any piece of writing. Aggressiveness shows in writing where what should be a lower look on why J. R. G actually goes upwards on the right side of the doctors stroke instead of on the left, and you'll see it there. These are two G's not cues Onda y, and you'll see the way it swings out to the left to the right instead of perfect grown to the left. Here's some more examples of aggressiveness g there, and they're too wise in that example, and this one is kind of half retrace, but it does still go to the to the right rather than two left. So these were all aggressive. The letter Q can't be X assessed for aggressiveness, since it always goes up, ascends on the right off the downward stroke so we can't do acute. Here's the lesson quiz. How many of the writing samples here showing a trait off aggressiveness? You can passivity if you like to have a better look, and the answers are on the very next site. Here's a quiz answers aggressiveness. So the one on the left There are two down strokes on the G and the wives. It just goes straight down. One's got a little hook, but they just go straight down. They don't come up, so these don't qualify on the one on analysis Has a look. So none of thes one show aggressiveness on the top when going away. The two G's and going and the Y, in a way all swing are sharply to the right, so they're all showing extreme aggressiveness on the one on the bottom. The G and disagree does swing out to left, so that is also aggressiveness. How did you do on that? To remove aggressiveness from your own writing? Just stop doing the right talent swing at the bottom of your G wise and Jay's you can either make a look around for left or just stop at the bottom of the downward stroke and end there. It's the sharp swing to the right that indicates aggressiveness coming up next, Number two argumentative. 5. #2 Argumentative: trait Number two. Argumentative. The argumentative person may argue, because they enjoy it. They're not necessarily doing it in a hostile way, however, it is still arguing. So it's up to you whether this is something you want to keep if it's in your writing or want to be around. If it's in someone else's writing. Argumentative shows in writing. Where the top off? A straight stroke in the lower case p six out above the top off the rest of the letter You know, CDs when Sarah is quite noticeably seeking out higher, and it doesn't matter how you were taught because if it didn't fit for you, you would have instinctually changed it once. You were no longer having your writing style monitored in school. And it doesn't matter what your writing style is. It works the same for all lower case peas. So there's three different styles of peace. It's all the same rule. Here is some lower case piece that show argumentative. This I was three and that very distinctive, especially the 1st 1 And these are all very, very noticeable p sticking way above the tops of actually the Elsa's well, that very tall those ones. And there's appreciate, with two sticking up high. So that's all argumentative. Here's a lesson quiz. How many of the writing samples here show the trade off? Argumentative? You can pass a video if you like to have a better look on the answers air on the next site . So here the quiz answers that one of the P this stand with a P six way above the top off the running part of the peace. So that's definitely argumentative. The one on the top, right? The stab with the P doesn't come up above the rest of the P at all, so that one is not argumentative on the one in the bottom that were prominent. The pea sticks them does stick a little bit above the top of the curves, so it is argumentative, but it's not really, really strong coming up next. Trade number three Defiance off authority 6. #3 Defiance of Authority: trade number three. Defiance, off authority. Defiance of authority means just that. It is smiled this form, meaning what? It only shows occasionally in the writing. It means that someone doesn't like others breathing down their neck. When it's strong that is appearing every time it could. It means someone who is deliberately defying off what they see as authority a rebel again. It's a trait you may want to keep our when you may enjoy in another person, provided it's not too strong. However, be aware that it can cause problems in the life of the person who has it. And for those to whom that person is close, defiance of authority is a very easy trait. Toe identify. Once you know how to recognize it, you'll probably find it jumps out at you where you look at the writing of anyone who has it . His shows in a lower case, K, where the bubble off the K is higher than the rest off the lower case letters. Here's a famous example of defiance of authority, and writing is to case that are way above the bottle. The top of a small letters if you're from the U. S. you may will recognize that it's Jacqueline Kennedy who later became Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. It doesn't matter what Salva K is written. If the part of the cave that is not the stem is higher than the rest of the lower case letters, defiance of authority is presence. So there is one there, and there's one that's more in script, the ones we've seen previously Arab or printed. So it doesn't matter how it's written. It's where the bubble of the K is higher than the rest off the lower case letters. Here's the last thing quiz. How many of the writing samples here show the trade off? Defiance off authority, and you can pause a video if you want to have a better look, and the Ansel's would be on the next site. So here are the answers. The 1st 1 is very, very obviously defines of authority. See how huge that case compared with the rest of the writing, the one on the right, The case are not higher. The K is spoke is very slightly harder than the E, but it's not higher than the previous P other one and workshop is the same height as lower case letters so that one is not defiance. And then down here we have books and that is very obviously defiance. Authority. How did you do with these? If you find defiance of authority, your ord writing and want to remove it, just pay attention. Each time you write a lower case K that you keep the bubble off the que no higher than the other case. The lower case letters. As with any change to your writing, once you've practice it enough that it becomes your natural way off writing you will find is also your natural way of behaving as your body language will have affected how you feel and act. 7. #4 Domineering: trade number four. Domineering, domineering and handwriting beans and ineffective way of trying to take charge. It can there for me, nagging or complaining, but it can also mean any other form of trying to take over. But not doing. It's an ineffective or positive way. The trade of dominating is the positive sibling off the trait of domineering, and that means someone who takes charge very effectively. Whether that makes them the boss are just bossy. They'll still be able to take charge successfully, although domineering is a negative trait and dominating can be very positive. We'll look at both, since this jokes are very similar, and you need to know how to tell which is which. For both domineering and dominating. Look for a downward slanting T crossbar, the Mauritz sandstone. The stronger the treat, the heavier the crossbar. They're more pushy. The trait. A CBC bars are scenting down. If the end of the downward slanting T cross far ends bluntly, then it's the positive, dominating treat. It still means you want to take charge, but you can probably do it positively on successfully. So you see these have ones. They're all and bluntly, so these are dominating, and so are these. If the downward slanting T crossbar ends by fading out to nothing, it's domineering. You see these two T bars, they start heavily, and the end very skinny. This writer lights to try to take charge. But Selvan does it in a positive or successful way. You'll see all these tea bars fade out to nothing as they go down. Here's the lesson quiz. How many of the writing samples here show the trade off? Domineering? You pause the video, if you like to a better look and the answers here on the next site to hear the quiz Quest answers the one on the left, the T bar slant downwards on the end, bluntly so that is, dominating, not domineering. The one in the top, right, the T bar side downwards on the fade out to nothing. So that is the negative trade off, domineering on the one in the bottom, the tea bars again side downwards. But the end bluntly so that again is dominated. Not domineering is a positive tree, so we've only got one example there off domineering. How did you do? If you're writing shows domineering on, you want to remove that trait. Stop signed to your tea bar star in words you could make straight. Or you can make this land outwards. And that's the excellent treat off optimism. 5 to 10 minutes A day of practice a few times a week will help you make this your natural way of writing within about a month. Coming up next. Trade number five Deceptive. 8. #5 Deceptive: Drake number five. Deceptive. Deceptive nous is never good. There's just no positive side to it, so if you find it in your writing, I'd recommend you remove it. And if you find it in the writing of someone else, beware. Deceptive nous in handwriting means deliberate deception. It can be direct lying. Or it can be by concealing things to deliberately give a false impression to a situation. Some people are very adept at lying, so this is a great trait to be able to identify and others as it will put you on your guard even before the behavior gives him away. Deliberate deceit shows in handwriting where there are loops on both sides. Off the circle Letters A and O on the circle, part of D and G. So there's a couple. They're off those that both have deliberate deceit in them. You'll see it's got a smaller loop on the left and a larger loop on the right. But that doesn't matter. There's a loop on each site. If this double loop appears only occasionally in a piece of writing Jack where it appears and read the text there because it's a good chance that what they're writing about at that point is what they're lying about. So in sample here, you'll see it says I really love you. My car is always and I love you has deceit, whereas my car has no deceit. So if that was actually involved in a letter, you'd be really suspicious over whether this person really loved you are not. However, if the double look appears irregularly throughout the writing, it means the writer is just a liar, and you can never tell whether line when they're not there were often the double lips appear the mawr. The writer is likely to lie. That was a double loop everywhere it compulsively have it. Here's the lesson quiz. How many of the writing samples here show the trade off? Deceptive? This. You can post the video if you like to have a better look, and the answers are Ardan Excite. So here are the answers. They're all on on on the Left has two very clear double loops, while two very clear loops making a double look. And so that is deceptive. Nous. Saturday A M has double loops on the A's All the A's and the D so that is also deceptive nous, and that the last one in the bottom has no lips at all. So this has no deceptive this. How did you do with that? Deceptive illness can be eliminated from your personality by eliminating from your writing . Take the time each time you writing an A Oh dear G to avoid making loops on the circle. This could be difficult one to get used to doing so. Perhaps you might find it easier to just print these letters for a while until you get used to it. But once very limited, that eliminated them from your natural way of writing. The tendency to deceit will be gone as well. Coming up next. Train number six resentment. 9. #6 Resentment: train number six resentments. Resentment is never a positive trait. It always indicates someone who thinks they've been treated unfairly in some way or another , and it can affect your behavior in different ways, depending on other dominant personality traits, but always in a negative way. Resentment shows where the pen first touches the paper, either at the beginning of a piece of writing or during the writing. But after the pen has been lifted from the paper and it's now restarting the writing to identify resentments, look for a first joke after the pen touches the paper to be absolutely rigidly straight. Starting at or below the baseline on the baseline is where the line is if you're right, you on lined paper or where the line would be if you were writing online paper. So there is one very Richard stroke showing resentment. Henny Curve for kink in this initials joke takes away the resentment. It has to be totally straight on unbending. So the one with the red our was there that shows resentment because it's rigid and straight on the ones with the blue arrows. Do not sure is it resentments because they're slightly curved as in all traits, they more often it appears, the strong rivet trait in the personality. So that's it, and every single start that's very, very strong. Here is the less quiz. How many of the writing samples here show resentment? You can pause the video if you want to. A better look on the answers arrived the next slight. So here's answers to resentment. The one on the left has three very rigid strokes, so that when does have resentment, then looking at the top one all the initial strokes air curved summer curve down once carved up the way. But they're all curved so that one has no resentment at all. On the bottom. One again has very rigid strokes on to the word carpet has a slight curve so that dozens to our 23 do show resentment, however, so that's not a strong resentment, as if it was all the time, but it's still present. How did you do with that? To remove re servant from your own writing and personality practice writing with that initial stroke curved or at least slightly bent as you'll see there? Or you can write with no initial stroke at all. Coming up next Trade number seven sarcasm 10. #7 Sarcasm: trade number seven Star chasm. Sarcasm can sometimes be used US humor and so long as it's generally gentle and offered in a humorous way. That's fine. But all too often, sarcasm is nasty. It's a way to stop someone with words, and they can be very hurtful to identify whether sarcasm is fun or negative. You have to look at the other traits and the writing to see if the writer is likely to take a light hearted view or whether it's serious business to them. Soar cast of shows in a T cross far where the ending off the crossbar fades out to nothing rather than ending bluntly. So there's one there you see, it gets narrower, is goes to the end on the same with that, one is referred to his feathered out ending since getting narrower and narrower like a feather at the end until it disappears in right hand writers. This will almost always be at the right end off the T bar. It left handed writers. It may be either at the right or the left end, so those was end the right by gassing narrower and those ones gold from right to left. getting narrower at the left end, so you just have to look carefully at both ends to identify. The feathering artifact is almost impossible to do this feathered artifact at the beginning of a stroke. So if you see it either end of a stroke gradually disappearing, it's probably sarcasm. So sarcastic has it at the right hand in and left handed. Sarcastic has it at the left hand. And so here's the lesson quiz. How many off the writing samples here show the trait off sarcasm, and you can pass a video if you like to have a better look on the answers here on the next site. So here are the answers to the quiz on the left town. One work says today it's They both feather out at the right hand, and so they're going from left to right. At it is sarcasm in the top, right one. The T bars are all the same weight all the way along. There's no feathering out, so this is not sarcasm. And then in the bottom one, it feathers out again to the right. So that again is sarcasm. How did you do on that? To remove sarcasm from your own writing practice writing your tea bars. So the end bluntly with no feathering out. So there's some nice strong T bars that don't feather out. Something like that would be good coming up next. Trade number eight Stubborn. 11. #8 Stubborn: number eight. Stubborn stubbornness is a negative treat. It means that even if someone is proved wrong, they will stick to what they originally said. People often say someone is stubborn when in actual fact, that person is just positive by the positive person will, yes, stick to their guns until they're proved wrong. Family will accept they made a mistake and move on. This stubborn person will not. And that's what makes stubbornness such a difficult treat to deal with no matter what you say or do. The stubborn personal sick to fought. The originally set Southerners shows in writing in the lower case T and D, where the bottom part off the stem ISS played out at a wide angle. To cite those do note that the upper part of the stem will be either retraced Our looked. The upper part will not also be splayed out as that is a completely different trait. So there is one that is not stubborn because it's completely splayed out. It's separate all the way up to the top at all the way back down, where are stubborn as you'll see in that d. It's played out to the bottom, but it's either retraced or looked on the top. Here's more examples of stubbornness. The D A and the T there are both very splayed out to the bottom, and all the teas and the D here shows stubborness as well. They're read the teaser. Retrace that the top, The D has a loop at the top have them displayed out at the bottom. So here's the last thing quiz. How many of the writing samples here show the trade off stubbornness? You can post the video if you want. Ever better look on. The answers are the next site. So here's the quiz answers. The 1st 1 generosity it, the T displayed out all the way up on all the way down. There's no retracing at the top, so that is not some furnace in the word trees at the top, right? It is split out in the bottom half. The top half has a look, so that is stubborn. On the bottom sample, Fat added the tea, and all three ds have looks on the top on displayed out on the bottom. So that also is submarine nous. How did you do? If you find stubbornness in your writing on Want to remove? It stops playing up the lower part off the key, or de stem. You could retrace it all the way down like that, or you may like to lift the pen from the paper and just draw a downward stroke. With no upward stroke at all. You'll find yourself becoming less stubborn once this joke is removed from your writing. Coming up next. Number nine Irritability and temper. 12. #9 Irritable and Temper: trait. Number nine. Irritability and temper, irritability and temper actually show in different ways from each other. But they so frequently seen in the same writing andare lesser and greater version off the same trait that we're looking at them together here first, irritability, irritability, shows where I thoughts and T bars are Japs rather than a dot or a T bar drawn. It's a natural stroke. It means the writer likely has a short fuse on its impatient of things that don't go her or his way. You know, just all the eyes in there are just jab dots and likewise the I there timber only shows in T bars where the T bar is off to the right off the tee stem. In the second, when there is a T is half cut off for the bottom, but they're both teas, so the T bar is off to the right of floating in the air. That shows temper if it's off to the right, but still touching the tea stem. It's still temper, but I'm or modified version, so you see the top one there on the one. A 2nd 1 agitated there's still attached to the tea stem, but they're off to the right so that his temper. But it's thought so bad. The Teeth et bar in the word van, the first word on the second line looks like it's a touch but is actually attached to the each, not a T. So it's off from the tea, and that shows bad temper. So the to that of arrows are the modified temper. The farther the T bar is john the tea stem, the more quickly the temporal rise, so there's the left hand. Once elites, that gets stronger as it goes to the right and the T bar gets further away on the heavier it is, the more blasting the temper, so we'll see there again. The one on the left has quite a light. Tea bar gets heavier on the want. The far right is really heavy. Neither temper nor irritability are ever positive traits. So on the top, when you'll see the T bar off to the right, so that's temper. And in the bottom one, you'll see the eye dots of slash. So that's irritability. Here's the lesson quiz. How many of the writing samples here showed a trade off irritability or the trade off temper. You can pause the video if you like to have a better look. Any answers? A. Rather next site. So here's the answer. Tried on the left has a T bar that is definitely often detached from the T, so that shows temper on the I don't so slashed so that showing both irritability and temper . The word identified on the far right has slashes for all the I dots. The T does not show temper so that once those only irritability on industrial down at the bottom has the tea bar, which is away from the tea salmon showing temper. But I don't search. Just start, so it doesn't show irritation. It only shows temper. Did you get these right to remove irritability from your writing? Just be careful to write your eye dots as dots and make you tea bars. As recent strokes, No jabs are slashes and you'll see they're all the eye doctor. Nice dots on the T bars are actual T bars To remove temper from your writing, make sure the T bar actually crosses the tea stem. So you see they do there coming up next. Number 10. Unpredictable mood swings 13. #10 Unpredictable Mood Swings: number 10. Unpredictable mood swings Unpredictable mood swings are well unpredictable that it's difficult to get along with someone when you have no idea if you're going to find them happy, are sad or when they're suddenly going to get mad or depressed or overly emotional. Unpredictable mood swings are shown in the slant off the writing. Many people right with different slants at different times. And that's fine. So, for example, if you're writing a note to yourself to remember to buy potatoes, you're not communicating with anybody except yourself. So there you can be quite introverted in the back. Slant is holding yourself in, and then the same person writing to Jenny writing a note this more extra verse in your more connecting with the outside world. So it's slightly to the right, which is showing more emotion, and that's perfectly normal, and depending you may never right back. Can entry may right? Always forehand, but sometimes those to be more than the other, and that's absolutely normal and absolutely fine. Not everyone slant changed at all, so no change is fine, too. But where the slant changes in one piece of writing from letter to letter or word to word, it's someone who is emotionally unstable with white mood swings. You may, for example, write a note to yourself in a more backhand or upright sense, because that indicates you b'more into yourself. But when you write to someone else, or perhaps even about someone else, your slam will be at least slightly more right handed, as this indicates, are more outgoing emotion. Another example of very slumps. You'll see the arrow is going all the different directions for all the different slants. So it's only a problem when the different slabs are in the same piece of writing. Here's the lesson. Quiz. How many of the writing samples here show the trade off unpredictable mood swings? You can pause the video if you like to have a better look on the answers here on the very next site. So here are the quiz answers. The sample on the left has a very strong slam, but it's even. It stays the same all the time, so there's no unpredictable mood swings in that one. The one at the top has slightly different slants. It's not really that much, so that's not too much for problem, but it is a bit varied, and the one at the bottom, as you'll see, has quite a variety of slants in it. So that one is really more a problem with the unpredictable mood swings. How did you do with that? Wide mood swings tend to be a psychological problem, so senior doctor or a therapist might be the best route to go with that. But if you want to help that along by changing your writing, just practice with only one slant at any one time, anything from slightly backhand to moderately right hand will do. Just keep it the same all the way through, coming up next, wrapping it all up. 14. 13 Wrapping it all up: Rafic is all up. So now you know the 10 personality traits you don't want tohave in your handwriting, how to recognize him from writing and how to remove them from your own writing. If you want to do so, should you decide to remove any? It's always best to just work on one at a time, and once you find that one is gone, when you write naturally, then you could work on another. In general, it takes about two months, writing a few minutes of a day of practice to remove our change. A trait in your handwriting, a word of warning about identifying these traits and others writing the trade has to appear repeatedly to have any real effect of personality. Just once in a page is not significant. Also be kind. People don't usually deliberately have negative traits and their personalities, so don't go blurting out to them all the bad stuff. Be tactful or just don't say anything at all. Here again are the 10 traits. Aggressiveness, argumentative defiance of authority, domineering deception, resentment, sarcasm, stubborn irritability and temper and, lastly, unpredictable mood swings