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    Default Which Enneatype Does ____?

    For a lack of a better title.

    Which enneatype, when under stress, at first responds emotionally intensely but then after such intense emotional stimuli, it ends up wearing on them, and then they feel like their emotions inside turn to ice, they feel cold inside, because of intense overwhelming emotions took energy away from them? Then after said stressor, they analyze what happened, what went wrong, and how they will prevent problems in the future. They tend to take things in stride, trying to suppress emotions, despite the fact that they feel underneath their cool exterior deep emotions ready to flood up.

    Curious to see which enneagram type falls under this category.
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    That sounds like type 5. Type 5s withdraw because they feel easily overwhelmed.
    I don't see any invisible treasure chests.

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    smells like 4w5
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    smells like 4w5
    Sounds about right, I do this all the time, and I'm either 4w5 or 5w4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrinth View Post
    Sounds about right, I do this all the time, and I'm either 4w5 or 5w4.
    I think 5w4 is more prone to keep it together and find some room for emotion then assploding first and reasoning later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    I think 5w4 is more prone to keep it together and find some room for emotion then assploding first and reasoning later.
    Well, I definitely explode, so I guess I'm 4w5 then lol...
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    I think 5w4 is more prone to keep it together and find some room for emotion then assploding first and reasoning later.
    I still see the behavior as primarily 5. I didn't see any desire to be unique here. I saw a lot of 5 withdrawing to avoid being overwhelmed, however.
    I don't see any invisible treasure chests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    I think 5w4 is more prone to keep it together and find some room for emotion then assploding first and reasoning later.
    Hmm...5 or 9 for me then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    For a lack of a better title.

    Which enneatype, when under stress, at first responds emotionally intensely but then after such intense emotional stimuli, it ends up wearing on them, and then they feel like their emotions inside turn to ice, they feel cold inside, because of intense overwhelming emotions took energy away from them? Then after said stressor, they analyze what happened, what went wrong, and how they will prevent problems in the future. They tend to take things in stride, trying to suppress emotions, despite the fact that they feel underneath their cool exterior deep emotions ready to flood up.

    Curious to see which enneagram type falls under this category.
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    4w5, not 5w4.
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