99-year-old woman uses handwriting sample to analyze News 12’s Brian Donohue

For hundreds of years, experts known as "graphologists" have studied people's handwriting to try and decipher personality traits or facts about a person's life.

News 12 Staff

Oct 20, 2022, 2:45 AM

Updated 644 days ago

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For hundreds of years, experts known as "graphologists" have studied people's handwriting to try and decipher personality traits or facts about a person's life.
As handwriting slowly dies out in an all-digital world, so, perhaps, will graphology.
But one 99-year-old woman in Hackensack is keeping the craft very much alive.
On today's "Brian's Positively New Jersey,” Brian Donohue meets with Lillika Weinberger, a former painter and sculptor who took up graphology in the 1980s and hasn't looked back.


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