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The Writing Was On Gary Coleman's Wall

The Writing On The Wall: <B>Gary Coleman's</B> handwriting could've given insight into how the actor was feeling at the time of his death.

The Writing On The Wall: Gary Coleman's handwriting could've given insight into how the actor was feeling at the time of his death.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010 1:55 GMT

HINSDALE, Ill. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Gary Coleman’s death wouldn’t have been such a surprise had someone studied his handwriting.

The former child actor suffered personal and professional setbacks for years, and handwriting expert Rose Matousek says Coleman’s downward spiral could’ve been pinpointed – and possibly prevented – had someone seen the red flags in his writing.

Matousek explains that by studying handwriting samples from different periods of his life, she could determine Coleman’s mental state at the time of his passing.

For example, if the Diff’rent Strokes star wrote his A’s and O’s in “variable sizes,” it would imply a lack of “self-assurance.”

If his words or letters were written far apart, Coleman had a strong need “to be left alone,” and if his writing was very slanted it would indicate a “strong emotional conflict” within himself.

Also, writing from margin to margin would hint at Coleman’s need to always harp on the past.

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