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"Amazing book. Who knew?? I am enthralled." May 23, 2013 11:57PM

 
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Jessica is 17% done with Lincoln's Melancholy: Amazing book. Who knew?? I am enthralled.
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Discovering Your Personality Type by Don Richard Riso
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This is a great place to start after reading The Wisdom of the Enneagram. This book includes a very thorough test as well as very detailed descriptions of the Enneagram personalities.
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