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    @.~*virinaĉo*~.@ Totenkindly's Avatar
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    Is she a confirmed 8?

    Also, a woman doesn't necessarily have to have a lot of natural testosterone as a teen/adult to have testosterone-impacted behavior; a lot of brain wiring occurs in the womb, and higher levels of testosterone (for whatever reason) in the mother could actually impact a developing fetus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    but she's not physically aggressive, nor sexually aggressive (she doesn't seem to have much of a sex drive), nor does she have upper lip hair, etc.

    she's verbally confrontational, though.

    i dunno, i guess i don't really know specific symptoms of high testosterone levels in girls; i'm just guessing. my Ni says...
    She may be E5 or E1 as well. Some Fives or Ones are verbally confrontational. (that's my case)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Is she a confirmed 8?

    Also, a woman doesn't necessarily have to have a lot of natural testosterone as a teen/adult to have testosterone-impacted behavior; a lot of brain wiring occurs in the womb, and higher levels of testosterone (for whatever reason) in the mother could actually impact a developing fetus.
    Yeah, this is why I did not actually speak about serum testosterone levels but what is commonly referred to as high-t behavior
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Is she a confirmed 8?

    Also, a woman doesn't necessarily have to have a lot of natural testosterone as a teen/adult to have testosterone-impacted behavior; a lot of brain wiring occurs in the womb, and higher levels of testosterone (for whatever reason) in the mother could actually impact a developing fetus.
    i mean, how is type confirm-able anyways?

    she's an 8 according to me, and according to the only other person i know who knows anything about enneagram. but it's possible we're both wrong. i mean, it's possible i'm wrong about everything...

    i could also be wrong about her not having high levels of testosterone.
    or the supposed correlation between testosterone and 8s could be wrong...

    i've been in a weird mindset about this lately...everything is so arbitrary. aaaaaaaah :confused:

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    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post
    She may be E5 or E1 as well. Some Fives or Ones are verbally confrontational. (that's my case)
    she's definitely not a 5 or a 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    i mean, how is type confirm-able anyways? she's an 8 according to me, and according to the only other person i know who knows anything about enneagram. but it's possible we're both wrong. i mean, it's possible i'm wrong about everything...
    You are totally right, I more just wanted to note the various potential flaws here... one of them being that she is potentially mistyped... I guess I could have stated that more clearly.

    (Not saying she is at all, it is just one possibility among many.)

    i've been in a weird mindset about this lately...everything is so arbitrary. aaaaaaaah :confused:
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