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English form of HENRIETTE, and thus a feminine form of HARRY

Who are they?

Proud and distinguished, Harriet and Aigle inspire this impression by the distance that they establish between themselves and other people. An attitude that could easily be mistaken for frostiness or arrogance, but is in fact nothing more than a shield designed to protect their fragile ego. Indeed, they are usually quite anxious and wary introverts and remain somewhat secretive and reserved, however this just seems to render them enigmatic and beyond reach... Curious and intuitive, they are extremely perceptive and tend to be very good judges of character, understanding the motivations and intentions of others in the blink of an eye, and they are able to make themselves understood just as easily. They could choose to use these talents to their advantage, and even occasionally to the disadvantage of others, as they can be known to be manipulative. Deliberate and authoritarian, they can be lacking in tolerance and flexibility and tend to want to impose their views on others believing that they know best... Not particularly sociable and a little egocentric, they are selective in friendship and in love, and would rather stay single than be in an unsuitable relationship. They often feel that they are different from other people, indeed they are more or less original - even out of the ordinary, and usually take the "road less travelled". They are bold and outgoing whilst remaining alert and deliberate. Almost every decision is carefully weighed out and turned over many times in their minds before they do or say something, meaning that they can lack spontaneity. Their choices in friendship and in romance are made according to the level of spiritual and intellectual affinity that they feel with the other person. They have a tendency be sceptical and every so often a small sarcastic smile may appear in the corner of their mouth, but they can just as easily show great passion for the mysterious and the unexplained - areas of investigation in which they are likely to excel. As children, Harriet and Aigle are extremely well behaved, shy and fairly solitary. Their character is strongly determined by their family and upbringing which can have significant consequences on their destiny. They need to love and be loved, but without overly exaggerated gestures and declarations, thank you very much. If the family environment happens to lack security or harmony, they probably won't hang around for much longer than they have to, but if they do they could end up withdrawing into silence and distance by way of escape. It would be a good idea to encourage them to socialize, and they would benefit from developing their artistic talents.

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What do they like?

Harriet and Aigle seek harmony, peace and quiet, as well as all that is genuine and true. Likewise, they aspire to perfection, and are usually scrupulous in their undertakings in an almost obsessive fashion, and can't bear mediocrity and vulgarity. They believe that a job worth doing is a job worth doing well, and if they aren't satisfied, they are capable of doing it all again from scratch. They have excellent taste and love art, beauty and physical comfort. Romantic life is very important to these sensual ladies, excessively important without a doubt, because sadly it is not a rare occurrence that on discovering that their sweetheart isn't the flawless creature they had imagined him to be, they tend to be extremely disappointed and are unable to bring themselves to excuse such weakness, and so the search for Prince Charming continues...

What do they do?

They might join the family business, or they may be tempted by one of the artistic or aesthetic occupations, notably those requiring precision, in relation with the catering industry, cuisine and food in general, health and hygiene... anything related to fashion or cutting edge developments, or indeed one of the liberal professions with connections to psychology or of an esoteric nature. Other possible directions include the medical or paramedical occupations.

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