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    Default Types that everybody relates to!

    I've noticed that it could be said that some types all people, almost all, relate to even if its not part of their tritype

    I'd say that are 4 and 6.
    Especially Fs relate to them

    Why?
    4 - feeling defective, like esential part of u is missing = well that can all be caused based on not so happy past that individual had. Especially sensitive people are likely to grow up and feel defective and other 4's characteristics

    6 - anxiety, fears - what else to say? Its one of the basic human feelings


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    I agree with the 4 and 6. I would also add type 3. Most people I know seem to want to be successful in life and feel like they are admired and recognized for what they do. At least in the United States, being a very 3-oriented country.
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    I think that western society is no doubt success oriented but i am sure, from real examples, real people, that majority of people DONT relate to type 3. Though I just read in one book about enneagram that on average level of functioning (in book called "comformist" level) mos people look like unhealhty 3. I would agree that they may look like that (not having identity and doing what is acfepted) but not reallythat they relate to type 3's core issues. At least not as with 4 or 6.

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    I don't think most people would relate to type 4. most people are too conventional to relate to type 4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    I don't think most people would relate to type 4. most people are too conventional to relate to type 4.
    Yes, there's that consarned stereotype that, if you're unique, you're a Four. Nevermind the fact that no two people are exactly alike in temperament or philosophy.

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    i think depressed people could mistype as 4 pretty easily, but it's not that easy to relate to apart from that. i think a lot of people can see themselves in type 7, or at least want to.

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    I don't see a lot of 8s relating to type 6 at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Yes, there's that consarned stereotype that, if you're unique, you're a Four. Nevermind the fact that no two people are exactly alike in temperament or philosophy.
    Well yeah I agree, but that doesn't mean a lot of people have that strong identity crisis type 4's do (kinda ironic really, 4's probably have one of the strongest senses of self within the enneagram). If I gave a group of my acquaintances an intro to enneagram flyer and asked them to type me, I'm not sure they would get it right. That's because I've never really talked openly about my search for identity. It just doesn't seem like a topic that most people ask, at least not in the same sort of depth that 4's do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    Well yeah I agree, but that doesn't mean a lot of people have that strong identity crisis type 4's do (kinda ironic really, 4's probably have one of the strongest senses of self within the enneagram). If I gave a group of my acquaintances an intro to enneagram flyer and asked them to type me, I'm not sure they would get it right. That's because I've never really talked openly about my search for identity. It just doesn't seem like a topic that most people ask, at least not in the same sort of depth that 4's do.
    I think u have w wrong idea what being a 4 really means. My mom is 4 and ISTJ and she is not self searching at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloé View Post
    I think u have w wrong idea what being a 4 really means. My mom is 4 and ISTJ and she is not self searching at all.
    I would ask you to look into her teenage years. What you see is a type 4 who has developed after years of polish.
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