How Each Zodiac Sign Underestimates Themselves

How Each Zodiac Sign Underestimates Themselves


You underestimate your intelligence. But you have an innovative mind and a bright future ahead of you.


You underestimate your strength. But you have gotten through so many hardships and will get through every other one that is thrown your way.


You underestimate your charm. But people are captivated by you.


You underestimate your sense of humor. But your friends think you are absolutely hilarious.

For the person who is always googling astrological compatibility when they meet someone new.
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For the person who is always googling astrological compatibility when they meet someone new.

How You’ll Do Everything Based On Your Zodiac Sign includes an exhaustive analysis of each sign’s personality. You’ll learn which high school clique represents them (Pisces are the cool art kids), who would get eaten first in a scary movie (Gemini, obviously) to how each sign prefers to say ‘I love you’ (for Taurus, it’s with good food). Alternating between silly, sweet, and serious, this book is filled with deep dives into the mind of everyone whose birth chart you can get your hands on.

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You underestimate your ability to fit in. But everywhere you go, you’re able to form new connections.


You underestimate your talent. But you are putting in the effort and are bound to see results.


You underestimate your own kindness. But you are the type of person everyone appreciates having in their world.


You underestimate your bravery. But there are moments when you are fearless.


You underestimate your social skills. But people love being around you.


You underestimate your beauty. But you are just as impressive on the outside as you are on the inside.


You underestimate your capabilities. But you continue to surprise yourself with what you are capable of achieving.


You underestimate your worth. But you deserve everything your heart wants. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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January Nelson is a writer, editor, and dreamer. She writes about astrology, games, love, relationships, and entertainment. January graduated with an English and Literature degree from Columbia University.

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