Given that most people’s handwriting has stayed the same over the years, it is natural to be curious why your handwriting is always different. Very few people’s handwritings always change, which may be causing you to wonder if you’re unique or if something is wrong.
Your handwriting is always different because of your energy levels, mental state, the conditions under which you are writing, and the time you have to write. Your handwriting may also be different because you have Parkinson’s disease, writer’s cramp, ataxia, or are experiencing essential tremors.
If your handwriting is always different, you must be wondering what separates your handwriting from the majority of the population whose handwriting always stays the same. Let’s explore potential reasons why your handwriting is always different.
Potential Reasons Why Your Handwriting Is Always Different
Here are potential reasons why your handwriting is always different depending on your energy level, mental state, writing condition, and the time you have available to write.
Your Energy Levels Cause Your Handwriting To Be Different
Your energy levels dictate almost every aspect of how you are able to function in your day-to-day tasks.
If you are exhausted, you may find writing to be a tedious task. In a state of exhaustion, you may find that your handwriting becomes sloppy, slanted, small, and somewhat challenging to read.
However, if you feel energetic, it may be visible in your handwriting if you have written using big, bold letters firmly placed on the page.
Your Mental State Causes Your Handwriting To Be Different
Your mental state can affect various areas of your life, including your handwriting.
While it might come as a surprise, it makes sense that your mental state affects your handwriting, given that the words you are writing flow from your mind.
If you feel extremely angry, you may depict your fury on the page.
In instances of anger, your handwriting may become bolder, with letters appearing more prominent and the ink being distinctly present on the page. You may even notice clear indents on the page due to the pressure applied to the page in the moment of rage.
If you are writing in a peaceful spirit, it may be visible through slanted, relaxed writing. In a calm demeanor, you may find that you hold the pen lightly, causing the pen to gently glide across the page, with little to no pressure being applied to the pen, leaving no indents on the page.
If you write in a cheerful mood, your words may be depicted in large letters. However, when in a joyful spirit, the indent on the page is likely to be neither deep nor gentle. Your grip on the pen will most likely be a controlled grip that allows you to write firmly.
Your Writing Time Causes Your Handwriting To Be Different
Your handwriting may be different if you have very little time to write. It is only natural to do things hastily without much thought, effort, or precision when in a rush.
During an examination, you will notice that your handwriting differs vastly from your handwriting when writing a birthday card.
If you are writing under pressure because you need to write something down quickly, you are likely more focused on getting the words onto the page rather than focusing on how the words look when you read them at a later stage.
Conversely, if you have ample time to write, you are likely to write things down in a calm manner and take the time to focus on making your writing look appealing or readable to anyone besides you.
If you are writing a birthday card for a loved one, you are likely to try to write clearly and in a neat manner so that the receiver can easily read it. When writing this card, you have likely thought about what you want to say and have decided to put time aside to write in the card calmly.
Your Writing Conditions Cause Your Handwriting To Change
Your writing environment can cause your handwriting to be different.
If you write in a peaceful environment, you may notice your words slightly slant and gently graze the page. The change in your handwriting is likely because you feel relaxed and find it easy to glide the pen across the page gently.
On the other hand, if you are in a stressful situation, such as a meeting at work, you are likely to find that the pen has been pressed deeply into the page, and the letters are thick and large, indicating frustration.
Similarly, if you are in a cool climate, you may find that your handwriting changes when the temperature is particularly low. When your hands are cold, you are either trying to finish writing as quickly as possible or to get the blood flowing so that your hands warm up.
It might be that your handwriting becomes smaller, and each letter is closer to the other. Given that you are experiencing discomfort, you are likely trying to write as quickly as possible because your hands are cold.
Conversely, if you are writing in hot weather, you may notice the letters appear clumpy and somewhat less neat. Your messy handwriting is likely due to the sweat on your hands that causes discomfort while you write.
In the instance of hot weather, your handwriting may become larger and more widespread because you are subconsciously trying to distance yourself from the page. After all, you are trying to cool down.
When To Be Concerned About Handwriting Changes
Handwriting changes may occur due to essential tremors, Parkinson’s disease, writer’s cramp, or ataxia. If you have noticed a decline in your handwriting in the sense that it has become less legible, or you find difficulty writing, then it is valuable to consult a neurologist who specializes in movement disorders.
If your handwriting is always different, it may be based on your energy levels or the mental state that you are in each time you write. The time you have available to write and the conditions you are under when you are writing will also play a role in how your handwriting is depicted.