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    I am an ENFP and I really struggled to find something I identified with in Enneagram. Eventually when I started looking at the descriptions with the wings, 9w8 was the only thing that seemed to really fit for me. Just reading 9 by itself didn't seem to work at all.

    So I think I'm ENFP 9w8 but I am really not sure.

    Does this seem like a contradictory combination or is it pretty likely? The more I think about it the less confident I get.

    Also I have moments where I wonder if I'm ENTP but I really feel pretty confident in ENFP.

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    ^ have you actually tested on enneagram?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    ^ have you actually tested on enneagram?
    Yeah. I have taken several different tests. I tested as a 9, 4, 3, and 1, and one of the tests just gave up and said it couldn't figure me out. :confused:

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    I think I'm some kind of etype that reflects dichotomy.. like 4 or 6. I had thought 9w8 at one point, but I misunderstood it. They are more inclined to chill, and have that "merging" well with others thing. Apparently it's a standard ISFP type, and while I try, I wouldn't really know the first thing about how to be a 9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalemate View Post
    Yeah. I have taken several different tests. I tested as a 9, 4, 3, and 1, and one of the tests just gave up and said it couldn't figure me out. :confused:
    I considered creating a type 10 and becoming the first member of the 10 Club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    FWIW, and not that you have asked me, but you have always had an ENTJ flavor to you.

    1w9 would tuck into that nicely.

    What instinctual variant do you identify with Night (sp, so, sx)? That may also be a clue to help you sort out any uncertainty surrounding type.

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    These are some really good thoughts.

    In a supervisory position (former mod), I can definitely see how people might transform the running narrative that is my online personality into something distinct and uncompromising. Although I don't personally see it, individual perception is obviously biased and therefore limited in terms of extrapolating fact from desire.

    Perhaps I should simply embrace the inevitability that ENTJ is actually my real, final MBTI.

    Done.




    (Oh, and I score highest on assertive traits.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    7: IS_P 7's usually mistake themselves for extroverts.
    I don't think I do myself, but the Type 4 and Type 9 ISFPs on this forum seem to think I'm ESFP. But I think they're confusing extraversion with...uh...seven..ness..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    8w9s can sometimes think that they aren't 8's because they are the "nicer" 8's, and most 8 descriptions are of 8w7s.
    8w9s are calmer, not "nicer". Think Darth Vader.

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    It seems to me that an ExTP with an out of control tertiary Fe could easily be a 2. The Tenth Doctor is an ENTP 2w3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Great stuff. Funny 9 description, as the other day I told Fluffywolf I thought he was a 9 but he didn't like the enneagram because he couldn't find anything he identified with
    Insinuate the assumption I am INFP once more, I dare you.
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