Please STOP Saying Black Lives Matter

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I’m not trying to be insensitive about the Minneapolis situation because what these cops did was very unfortunate. However, not all cops are bad. I’ve worked with cops across the world for over 30 years and have only met a handful of crooks wearing badges. Additionally, cops are supposed to have reasonable cause to stop someone. If you are doing something that warrants a police stop, it’s YOUR fault you got pulled over. The police person’s job description does not include “mind-reading”. So, if you get stopped, it’s not the fault of the police person who is doing their job to protect the rest of society from your illegal, dangerous, and otherwise stupid behavior.

On another note, if people wish to amplify their ignorance by being racial, that’s their right whether we like it or not. Scientifically, racism is a shame to the human race because even the whitest wo/man’s mother, wife, sister, and daughter have African DNA thanks to Mitochondrial Eve, but that’s another topic.

QUESTION: why is it when black people are killed, social media is filled with #BlackLivesMatter posts?

Death doesn’t discriminate.

When white, native, asian, mexican, or other races of people are killed, we don’t see a bunch of aggressive and combative posts with #WhiteLivesMatter#NativeLivesMatter#AsianLivesMatter, #MexicanLivesMatter, etc.

The act of breathing is a right for ALL living things regardless of skin color or fur and feathers.

Color-coding “lives” only increases the hatred and racial separation. Instead, let’s weaken the racial enemy that runs rampant in our society by posting comments such as #AllLivesMatter and #AnimalsLivesMatter.

Don’t believe me?

Check out this page… how much PEACE do you see here?? If THIS was the answer, it would not always be so violent. SERIOUSLY – is this PEACE? Does this help END racism? NO! It causes many more problems!! 

This type of behavior separates us further AND only creates more victims.

Besides, if POTUS has taught us anything, it’s that we cannot 100% BELIEVE or TRUST the media. We see / hear what THEY want us to see / hear and nothing more. 

In fact, the George Floyd situation in Minneapolis is a great example of that. We weren’t given all the details about Mr. Floyd until the autopsy statement was released but already people were rioting and creating more victims of violence.

Was the cop(s) wrong? Yes. But that doesn’t mean he (they) killed Mr. Floyd.

That would be like someone who tested positive and died of a stroke but ruling the cause of death (COD) as “Covid” anyway. That would be inaccurate.

Stop taking media at its word and think through the things that irk you the most before acting. You’d be surprised how much you learn through silence and research.

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On the other hand, I DO BELIEVE WHOLEHEARTEDLY IN SPEAKING OUT FOR INJUSTICE.

The difference is this… which one are you?

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Is YOUR behavior adding to the problem or the solution?

Only you can answer that.

JOIN OUR DISCUSSION on the TOUGH TOPICS PODCAST.

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Ms. Mozelle MartinFMHP, FHWE, PhD.

  • 35-year  International Forensic Handwriting Expert
  • Author:  What I Learned From Watching CSI
  • Contracted Forensic Mental Health Professional for Jails & Prisons
  • Creator” The Housecall Analyst forensic book series
  • Forensic Consultant since 2007 – FindMeGroup.org
  • Forensic Team Member since 2020 – ColdCaseFoundation.org
  • Former Forensic Consultant – Criminal Minds TV show
  • Media Commentator for ABC, NBC, TruTV, Crime Watch Daily, etc.
  • Plantologist, Pianist, Photographer, and Artist

www.MozelleMartin.com

Will to Kill Versus Will to Live

Before I was born, my parents had a black cocker spaniel named Seven.

She was the seventh puppy in the litter, and the runt, so my parent’s decided to keep her.

One day, when Seven was one-year-old, she disappeared. My parents drove around looking everywhere for her, calling friends to be on the look-out, and also posted signs in the local stores. Although there was no city dog pound, my parents contacted the police and the post office in case they saw Seven during their patrol or mail delivery routes. They also placed an ad in the weekly newspaper.

Two weeks later, my parents found Seven lying in their front yard, barely alive. Because the town was so small, my parents then placed a display ad in the newspaper with a picture of Seven. The photo was not cute at all. Instead, the photo showed Seven’s bloody stomach, which had no fur or skin left on it. It showed Seven’s tongue almost completed detached, held on by a ¼” piece of skin with the remainder of her tongue hanging out of the side of her mouth. The ad also mentioned Seven’s two broken back legs, and the skinless, bloody pads on both front feet. My parents offered a monetary reward for information about what happened to Seven so they could inform the veterinarian.

Three days after the newspaper was published, a witness came forward. This witness told police she had seen three 13-year-old boys take Seven from my parent’s yard. Because it was such a small town, the witness also knew the boys’ names.

During police questioning, the boys admitted they were angry at my parents for yelling at them about destroying public property. To get even, they took Seven to the overpass and waited for a train.

As the train was passing underneath the overpass, they threw Seven off the bridge. It was a near 20-foot fall so they assumed Seven would be hit and killed.

Instead, Seven’s will to live was much stronger than their will to kill.

Nobody saw Seven because not only was she a small dog that was now lying flat on her stomach, but the brush and weeds were very tall and dense since the land was unmaintained.

The veterinarian speculated that Seven bit her tongue and broke her legs when she landed. Then due to exhaustion, she likely rested for up to two full days. Because of her will to live and loyalty to my parents, Seven dragged herself the two miles to my parent’s home little by little. Due to the dragging, her front paws and stomach were in very bad condition.

Seven had surgery.

Seven’s tongue was wholly reattached, and she wore casts on both back legs for months. Seven’s front paws were wrapped, and other than the specific scars themselves, Seven’s skin and fur grew back on her stomach.

Seven lived happily another six years. Ironically, she died of cancer at the age of seven.

I don’t share this story to depress you, but to help inspire you to be like Seven. No matter how many times it seems like “life” wants to destroy you, it’s essential to find your will to survive, and to focus on those you love – especially during times of uncertainty.

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Ms. Mozelle MartinFMHP, FHWE, PhD.

  • 35-year  International Forensic Handwriting Expert
  • Author:  What I Learned From Watching CSI
  • Contracted Forensic Mental Health Professional for Jails & Prisons
  • Creator” The Housecall Analyst forensic book series
  • Forensic Consultant since 2007 – FindMeGroup.org
  • Forensic Team Member since 2020 – ColdCaseFoundation.org
  • Former Forensic Consultant – Criminal Minds TV show
  • Media Commentator for ABC, NBC, TruTV, Crime Watch Daily, etc.
  • Plantologist, Pianist, Photographer, and Artist

www.MozelleMartin.com

Science Behind Clinical Graphology

Dr. Isela Garcia and a few Clinical Graphology Institute clients and clinicians talk about the powerful evidence-based and home-based therapy program that was created by Mozelle Martin in 1987.

To become a client, or Certified Therapist, please visit www.ClinicalGraphology.com.

Watch Dr. Phillips talk about the brain with our program.

This is the 1st program of its kind in documented world history and the same one used successfully by probation offices to decrease / eliminate juvenile crime recidivism rates.

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Ms. Mozelle MartinFMHP, FHWE, PhD.

  • 35-year  International Forensic Handwriting Expert
  • Author:  What I Learned From Watching CSI
  • Contracted Forensic Mental Health Professional for Jails & Prisons
  • Creator” The Housecall Analyst forensic book series
  • Forensic Consultant since 2007 – FindMeGroup.org
  • Forensic Team Member since 2020 – ColdCaseFoundation.org
  • Former Forensic Consultant – Criminal Minds TV show
  • Media Commentator for ABC, NBC, TruTV, Crime Watch Daily, etc.
  • Plantologist, Pianist, Photographer, and Artist

www.MozelleMartin.com

Handwriting Analysis of Joe Exotic from Netflix’s “Tiger King”

I have been asked to analyze the handwriting of Joe Exotic from the Netflix docuseries called “Tiger King”. Download all visuals / handwriting samples used in this video @ https://bit.ly/tigerkinghwa 

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Ms. Mozelle MartinFMHP, FHWE, PhD.

  • 35-year  International Forensic Handwriting Expert
  • Author:  What I Learned From Watching CSI
  • Contracted Forensic Mental Health Professional for Jails & Prisons
  • Creator” The Housecall Analyst forensic book series
  • Forensic Consultant since 2007 – FindMeGroup.org
  • Forensic Team Member since 2020 – ColdCaseFoundation.org
  • Former Forensic Consultant – Criminal Minds TV show
  • Media Commentator for ABC, NBC, TruTV, Crime Watch Daily, etc.
  • Plantologist, Pianist, Photographer, and Artist

www.MozelleMartin.com

Did Carole Baskin from Tiger King Kill Her First Husband?

I have been asked what I thought about Carole Baskin from the Netflix docuseries called “Tiger King” and if I thought you killed her first husband. Therefore this video helps to answer those who have wanted my opinion.

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Ms. Mozelle MartinFMHP, FHWE, PhD.

  • 35-year  International Forensic Handwriting Expert
  • Author:  What I Learned From Watching CSI
  • Contracted Forensic Mental Health Professional for Jails & Prisons
  • Creator” The Housecall Analyst forensic book series
  • Forensic Consultant since 2007 – FindMeGroup.org
  • Forensic Team Member since 2020 – ColdCaseFoundation.org
  • Former Forensic Consultant – Criminal Minds TV show
  • Media Commentator for ABC, NBC, TruTV, Crime Watch Daily, etc.
  • Plantologist, Pianist, Photographer, and Artist

www.MozelleMartin.com

Nextdoor.com May Not Be Safe!

You’ve likely heard of the social media site for your neighborhood called “NextDoor”. While the concept is great, it may not be safe. This post exists to help you be “neighborly” in a smart, more alert way.

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First of all, what is “Nextdoor” ?

Per Nextdoor, it is the “private social network for your neighborhood”. Per Wikipedia, “Nextdoor is a social networking service for neighborhoods. Based in San Francisco, California, the company was founded in 2008 and launched in the United States in October 2011, and is currently available in 11 countries”. Supposedly, users of Nextdoor must submit their real names and addresses to the website.

In layman’s terms, this means that you go to their website, enter your address, and you are automatically placed in the correct group for your neighborhood. In other words, you will be placed in the same “private group” as your neighbors. This means someone in Minneapolis cannot see the posts from a group in Denver, nor can you “share” like you can on Facebook. So essentially, anything posted in your group is supposed to be private.

For example, let’s say I joined Nextdoor when I moved to St. Paul, Minnesota and was auto-placed in the “Payne Phalen Neighborhood”. Now, let’s say that next month I moved to Austin, Texas and, as long as I used a different email address, I would be auto-placed in the “West Lake Hills Neighborhood”. Nextdoor has no way of knowing that I moved, so they are trusting us with transferring our account to the new address. According to their terms of service, we are supposed to do just that. But I wonder how many people choose not to and how many may innocently forget to do so?

What this means is that you can technically stay in your “old” neighborhood group and join your “new” neighborhood group with your new address. Sure, this is a great way for landlords to help keep an eye on their property across the country or world, but it also causes safety and even legal concerns. I mean, just think of the crazy stalker ex who wants to keep an eye on you!

Secondly, is Nextdoor safe?

Nextdoor states on their site, “[we] make it safe to share online the kinds of things you share with your neighbors in person. Every neighbor must verify their address in the neighborhood. Nextdoor is securely encrypted using the HTTPS Internet protocol”.

Um, but is it safe?

Well, supposedly Nextdoor verifies the members who join by asking for a utility bill. However, as a licensed investigator, I did a little experiment. I created a fake utility bill online (changing only the address and made-up account numbers) and they only asked for ONE verification out of 4. So after submitting the one fake utility bill…  wah-lah – within two hours, I was the proud founder (aka: “lead”) of a private neighborhood group in Tennessee, New Jersey, Florida, and California. So yep – that’s a loophole that anyone with even 1/2 of a *techie brain* can jump through.

And that’s exactly what happened last year, December 2018.

Some neighbor who I didn’t know, posted how she had to rehome her beloved pet due to blah, blah, blah. Other neighbors berated her for giving up her pet, while others were supportive. All I said was, “Yes, it is sad when someone feels they have no other choice but to rehome a pet. However, there is no need to pass judgment. Instead, let’s focus on helping her pet find a new, loving home”.

Some other neighbor – supposedly a “lead” – private messaged me and told me to stop telling people it is OK to sell dogs on the group. WHAT?! I didn’t even use the words “ok”, “sell” or “dogs”. I responded that he may have messaged me in error. Instead, he went on Yelp, Google Business, and pretty much everywhere else he could and gave me horrible reviews! He then started calling and sending threatening and sexually-perverse texts and even sent an escort to my home. At least once he followed me to the grocery store, and several times he drove by my home, etc.

As a licensed investigator, I reported him to police but I also did some digging on my own and found out these things about him:

(1) He used a fake name on Nextdoor (against their policy and obvious proof that they didn’t verify him). However, I found his real name when he left a review on Yelp about the “custom tattoo” he received in 2016. He mentioned the name and location of the tattoo shop and the artist as well as a picture of his face and his tat. Then on Facebook, I found out his wife worked for Cigna and saw their vehicles (and license plates!). Gotcha.

(2) He did not live in our neighborhood and NEVER DID so he should not be in our “private neighborhood group” on Nextdoor (also, against their own policy). Hmmm… I wonder if he was someone’s crazy stalker ex?

(3) He worked for the Emergency Management Department for our county. Which means he has access to *everyone’s everything* or anything accessible through the county’s record system.

Now the real kicker to this all was that, even after showing both Yelp Legal and Nextdoor Legal the stacks of proof, they were very uncooperative. Only after I had my attorney threaten a lawsuit against both of them did Yelp remove those fake reviews and Nextdoor actually remove this so-called “lead”.

So I then decided it’s time for me to use a fake name & photo so I could still keep abreast of the crime in the area and other emergencies, but also keep from away from the sociopaths of the group. So I chose to use my maiden name (not really a fake name I guess since it was my legal name for over 30 years). I also changed my photo to my high school graduation picture. Again, not fake… it really was my picture.

Everything was quiet until December 2019.

I was minding my business when some woman pushing a baby in a stroller walked up to my home and accused me of signing for her package. She said, “The post office said it was delivered here and you signed for it. They gave us your address and I am here to pick it up”. When I told her I had no clue what she was talking about, she threatened to “press charges since it’s a federal offense to open and keep someone else’s mail”.

I said, “Well since I’ve worked in the law enforcement field as a forensic handwriting expert for 30 years, I’d love to see that signature”. Without saying another word, she walked away.

Several things are wrong with this scenario:

(1)  If you really think someone has your stolen package, are you going to risk taking a baby to an unknown place? Are you going to go without another adult present? I could have been cooking meth, or been a drug dealer, child molester, sexual predator, or an ax murderer… I would like to believe that even the worst of mothers would think twice about doing that and put the safety of her child first.

(2) My friend is a retired Sheriff Deputy and he was our mail carrier for 2 years before retiring last year. He had told me that their USPS scanner tells the general – but not the exact – area where things were delivered. For example, if you have 3 mailboxes next to each other like I do, it will say that it was delivered to one of those mailboxes but will not say which one of the three. However, she claimed I signed for it. As an aside… because of my background, I was jonesin’ to see that signature!

Anyway, if the mail carrier would have brought me a package to sign for, I would have noticed it was not my name and obviously refused it. According to the Postal Inspector I spoke to yesterday, “If we believe a package was misdelivered, we will go back and check with all the houses to retrieve it. It is also against the law to give a private individual someone else’s private address because of the safety concern. Even if we knew it was there, we would still not reveal another address to anyone”.

(Note in the video below I used their own words “safety concern”)

Then his lady accuser’s husband went on Nextdoor and publicly posted to our entire neighborhood that I stole their mail and gave my exact address.

(3) Since the post office was closed when this occurred, my husband and I went there the following morning to see my supposed signature. I printed out his public post and I had hidden audio so I could record the whole thing. I did take a couple shots and a video short to prove I was there and rotated it throughout the video below for visual effects. However,  you can hear the entire audio (with our addresses edited out for privacy).

Ironically (or maybe not), this accuser’s home address shares the same 1st four numbers of my home address but the street names are very different, and we are miles apart. Although these accuser’s and I were able to amicably agree that this was entirely a “weird” thing, and that, by process of elimination, the not-so-smart mail carrier is the one who messed up, this could have turned out bad for a couple reasons:

  • We could have been unfriendly and aggressive when some random person came to our home and accused us of theft and then threatened us with the police.
  • They could have been unfriendly and aggressive when I said I didn’t have it because if they really thought we had their stolen property, well… it could have turned out very differently.

Plus, the mother and baby could have been scouts to target our home.

So to ask whether or not Nextdoor is safe really depends on several factors. However, in my experience, it seems December is the most unsafe in my specific neighborhood. Maybe there is an “unsafe pattern” in yours?

Bottom line is that I love having the ability to see what my neighbors are selling (beats driving across town), if they need help with something, the fun community activities, and also the crime blotter… but I have taken my self-protection a bit further due to these two experiences…

Since Nextdoor really doesn’t seem to care about vetting anyone or truly verifying anything, I used a picture of my former high school boyfriend (with his permission since he lives across the USA) and used 1/2 of my name and 1/2 of his name to create a new name. That’s my profile now. Strange and perhaps adding to the unsafe factor is that after doing so, I (um, he) was made a “lead” in my neighborhood group. I have no clue how that happened especially since according to Nextdoor’s Terms of Service – I’m technically not a real person and should not be on there.

So please let this be a reminder to you to always be smart and vigilant when protecting yourself and your family including your property, mail, and pets!

After all, these people were once someone’s neighbor too!

 

((Obviously, I have since deleted my 4 fake accounts but I feel it was a necessary act for this experiment and I have all the proof needed just in case it ever comes up)).

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Ms. Mozelle MartinFMHP, FHWE, PhD.

  • 35-year  International Forensic Handwriting Expert
  • Author:  What I Learned From Watching CSI
  • Contracted Forensic Mental Health Professional for Jails & Prisons
  • Creator of The Housecall Analyst forensic book series
  • Forensic Consultant since 2007 – FindMeGroup.org
  • Former Forensic Consultant – Criminal Minds TV show
  • Media Commentator for ABC, NBC, TruTV, Crime Watch Daily, etc.
  • Plantologist, Pianist, Photographer, and Artist

www.MozelleMartin.com

Handwriting is Much More Than Pen & Paper

Knowledge and self-awareness are two powerhouses of the mind. The more you have, the more you can survive and succeed. Therefore a lack of knowledge can cause a lack of personal power, and we’ve all heard the term “only the strong survive”.
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The main step to empowering yourself is to identify what disempowers you in the first place. Due to the ego’s involvement, this is no easy task! However, your handwriting results will identify these things for you, so you don’t have to.
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As an individual with no emotional attachments to your life or outcomes, I am much more objective than you are and, when you read your full personality profileyour subconscious shows me what is going on in your world. More than that, it tells me what your life has been like since birth and how traumatic or otherwise notable other people, places, events, and situations have affected your mind, personality, fears, successes, failures, etc.
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How does it work?
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Your brain perceives handwriting as a language, which is both written and spoken. The #1 activity which fires up the most brain neurons is language, # 2 is the act of handwriting. Your brain also sees your handwriting as a smorgasbord of symbols that only the physical act of writing can comprehend. Just like exercises for your physical body, making specific graphological changes are exercises for your mind and subconscious.
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Let me ask you something: “Do you journal?”
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You may know that journaling has been around for over 100 years, during which time a version of journaling has been recommended by most psychologists around the globe for nearly as long. However, you may not know that if you are creating unhealthy letter shapes, there is only so much “therapy” journaling can do.
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Specifically changing your letter shapes, such as those suggested in my very successful, evidence-based 1987 – 2015 Clinical Graphology program, takes journaling to a whole new level. You see, by making specific graphological changes tailored to your unique personality, you are…​
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  • Opening your inner wisdom
  • Cleansing emotional blocks
  • Producing or furthering radical change from the subconscious to the conscious (and superconscious)
  • Becoming free from confusion and doubt
  • Gaining clarity
  • Discovering your passions and purpose
  • Journeying from the “old you” to the “new you” which is has a strong ethereal component
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You see, handwriting is much more than pen and paper and involves much more than just writing stuff down. It is a revolution of yourself; an inspiration acquired by releasing doubts and fears so you can shine. Writing with the purpose of enhancing your life is an act of self-love; a safe place to get to know yourself, to discover who you really are, and to become the “you” you wish to be. Many lose their personal power by purely living in a confusing world that infiltrates their minds with the status quo, social expectations, judgments, false beliefs, rants, biases, injustices, victimization, and more.
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The act of handwriting releases the deep answers that you have within your subconscious and allows you to connect and bond with your inner self (aka: inner child) in a way never before attempted or accomplished.
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I know you are thinking: “With technology, does anyone write anymore?” The answer is we never stopped writing, we just write differently. In other words, in years gone by, we wrote phone numbers, drew maps, and wrote out directions. We wrote personal cards and letters and updated our calendars. Now we jot down to-do notes, email addresses, and GPS coordinates. After all, when you drive by a billboard or see a store you wish to remember at a later date, you likely don’t pull over and park on the side of the road, only to set up your laptop, and email the information to yourself. You can also get in an accident or get a high-priced traffic ticket and fine for using your cell phone when driving.
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Instead, we usually scribble on whatever is closest to us such as that fast food bag on the passenger seat.
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While we are on the topic of technology, think of your brain as a computer. Your brain is part of your body’s electrical system (Central Nervous System). Like the “bites” in your computer, your brain has 10+ billion nerve cells that control the signals sent to the brain. The brain then sends chemicals to your muscles.
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When we learn to write cursive as a child, it’s like developing “empathy steroids”. Why, or perhaps how? Because the first letter on the paper represents you. The next letter represents other people. Same with the first, and consecutive words. So, when you connect letters, you are connecting to other people. Even if we haven’t written in cursive since 6th grade, the key is we learned, connected, and therefore built empathy.
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In my Master’s program, I wrote a research paper and looked up the dates when the states in the USA stopped teaching cursive. I then compared those dates to their local crime statistics. I cannot say there is a direct cause and effect, but I can definitely say there is a disturbing correlation. I used these statistics in my speech below.
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WATCH MY Ted Talk Presentation…
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When you write, signals are transmitted between your brain and hand through the brain stem, into the spinal column, along with the central nervous system, and into your muscles. This is what enables you to pick up your pen and write. Therefore, when you make specific and strategic graphological changes, you are sending new signals in reverse – from the pen back to the brain – with new instructions until the changes become habitual.
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Therefore, because there is a close connection between what we tell ourselves and how we feel – and what we believe our reality to be – it is important to realize that every strategic handwriting change has a core thought the message that is integrated into the exercise. Again, these flow from pen -> hand -> brain and back again, which then become internalized and integrated into a new belief pattern. That is the power behind reprogramming the brain’s neurological connections.
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When I worked at the high school during my practicum, I was a Behavioral Specialist in the Special Needs (S.N.) department. With the parent’s and psychologist’s permission, I put many of the S.N. kids through Clinical Graphology and, within 30 days, their focus was better. Within 45 days their grades were better and, at the end of the six-month program, most no longer tested as S.N. at all. When I brought it to the school’s attention, they were very displeased.
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Why? Because schools get paid more for S.N. students.
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Remember when you were in school or college? Just think of how much easier it note-taking by hand helped us remember the information better. The brain recalls handwriting changes in much the same way.
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In both the S.N. and non-S.N. students, I watched the school pass them to the next grade and even allow them to graduate – even when they only had a 2nd grade (equivalent) education. They justified this shameless act by saying such things as, “We are graduating him because he did not put forth any effort and the teachers are frustrated”. Wonder what will happen when this student tries to fill out a job application or has to read and sign a contract or lease his first apartment.
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Empathy is almost a thing of the past with our youth.
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By not teaching proper handwriting styles in schools, we are removing a significant amount of the ability for kids to develop empathy. In addition, we are dumbing down our society. After all, these now “dumb, disrespectful, unempathetic” youth will one day be running our country when we are too damn old to do anything about it.  (WHAT A SCARY THOUGHT!!)  Perhaps the “dumbing down” is the current Government’s plan?
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Either way, I cannot tell you how much of the below information from Carlos Mencia was 100% TRUE as witnessed first hand by me… (minus the insults)…
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Schools stopped teaching handwriting due to typewriters starting in 1973, then it was wordprocessors, and now computers. So why not take away math classes because of calculators?
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Ridiculous isn’t it?
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Many have removed art and music classes too. I mean, why bother… these are only two more of the most helpful things for healing and emotional intelligence.
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Then in college, we are forced to take a bunch of bullsh*t classes that have absolutely nothing to do with our career goals. So we graduate college with a $100,000+++ loan that we can never pay back because we can only get a measly $16 / hour job with a Master’s degree and 20 years of experience. When a high school graduate with no college can make that in fast food and grocery industries, why would our youth ever consider college?
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To make matters worse, the Department of Education’s loan servicers want $1400+ / month. Yeah, okay. Realistically, we could have only had a $30,000 student loan without the unnecessary, bullsh*t classes. Just think of how much money would have already been paid back!
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I mention all that because I think we could likely agree that these things have suffocated and stressed our society’s infrastructure. In short, that’s all just examples of  f*cked-up reasoning.
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If you ask me, the entire school system across the USA should be scrapped and the handwriting class curriculum should be rebuilt by handwriting therapists (those with significant training in both handwriting and psychology!!). For the rest of the classes, each curriculum should be designed in a streamlined approach by other experts in the applicable fields – but only those experts who actually give a damn about society now and for future generations. Instead, historically it’s all been about how much $$$$ they can add to their bureaucratic-lined bank accounts.
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… I’m sure you can see how passionate I am about this topic and how important this is for current and future generations!
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Now… back to the handwriting info…
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A common question I receive by mental health clients is, “You mean all I have to do is change my handwriting and my personality will change too?”
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Yes! And to be honest, I don’t get how people believe in God (someone you can’t see or touch) as a separate entity floating in the sky but they don’t believe in the power of putting pen to paper (something you can see and feel).
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Either way, to illustrate this concept more…
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I have played piano since I was 4 years old. I did not play for many years and had to reteach myself. As long as I was consciously thinking about where to place each finger on the keyboard while reading the music, I was able to proceed slowly and sometimes painfully, even though I still made some mistakes. However, after repetitious practice, my fingers responded automatically and permanently while eliminating the mistakes… all without conscious awareness. In other words, once your handwriting changes pass the state of consciousness, the changes become automatic, permanent and habitual.
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I know, “changing handwriting to effect behavioral changes” sounds too simple to be true theoretically. However, in the application, it is deeply profound and requires a strong self-commitment. It is definitely not easy, but it is very powerful.
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In closing,  I urge you to consider the other various options of taking a deep-sea dive into your own mind. Then if you decide to seek therapy elsewhere, show the reports to your therapist. This not only will streamline your treatment plan but it will also save you a lot of time and money!
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Just please do not use your insurance for any mental health treatment.
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Ms. Mozelle MartinFMHP, FHWE, PhD.

  • 35-year  International Forensic Handwriting Expert
  • Author:  What I Learned From Watching CSI
  • Contracted Forensic Mental Health Professional for Jails & Prisons
  • Creator of The Housecall Analyst forensic book series
  • Forensic Consultant since 2007 – FindMeGroup.org
  • Former Forensic Consultant – Criminal Minds TV show
  • Media Commentator for ABC, NBC, TruTV, Crime Watch Daily, etc.
  • Plantologist, Pianist, Photographer, and Artist

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