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Who Do You Think You Are?: 15 Methods for Analyzing the True You

by Tucker Shaw

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Are you a brainiac, a rock star, or a soul searcher? what's the simplest way to read your own palms? and how can getting naked give you clues to who you are? From astrology to numerology, from chakras to Chinese horoscopes, Who Do You Think You Are? gives you twelve ways to figure out what you're like, what you're good at, and what you've got to do to ace that biology exam next week. Create your own personality profile with the help of Alloy.com's advice columnist, Tucker Shaw, and learn how to make more sense of your friends, your family, and your life.… (more)

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