Veering off the subject a bit
Most of my blogs have been about the heart lines in the hands, but I want to veer off subject for just a blog or two. In the last two blogs I've shared my story about how I started reading hands since it's really not 'the obvious career path' for most people. In fact, for very few, really. That makes it even more stimulating to me. And then I shared about the value of Hand Analysis just a bit. I want to address that in an additional way.
Since your hand is your soul map, just as your entire body is, wouldn't it behoove one to know the soul map? What is says, what things mean, how they affect your relationships? There are so many parts of the hands, besides the heart lines/communication/love style lines that determine how you communicate, how you want to be treated, the filter through which you see the world.
For example, your head line, the horizontal line in the middle of the hand, plays a role in how you think and thus communicate and listen to others, your interest level in the mental conversation. And the length of your fingers can determine the type of communication that interests you most - are they long or short fingers? In the example above, these are fairly long so more 'mentally' focused and thus more willing to engage in longer mental conversations, like philosophy for example. And the shape of your hand also impacts your communication style, how many lines you have (a lot of not very many), and significantly the fingerprints which identify your Life Purpose also impact the types of communication that interest you and how long you want to stay in the conversation
It's your entire soul map - your hand is. And so many factors are involved in how you approach relationships with others. The point of this is even if you are becoming familiar with your heart line, which is a critical piece, it's not the only thing that matters for relationship success. Everything fits into the mix somehow. So the more you learn, the more you know, the more you understand, the more successful your relationships.
I have some free articles on my web site that talk about some of the major areas of the hand as a starting place if this interests you.