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    3 5.08%
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    5 8.47%
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    1 1.69%
  • 4

    12 20.34%
  • 5

    1 1.69%
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    7 11.86%
  • 7

    1 1.69%
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    3 5.08%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilku View Post
    yep, statistically speaking (of my own experience, must i point out the obvious for some people not to rage?) 8 is the most wimpiest of ennea.
    all other enneas have some form of self control/restrain, but 8's are total loose cannons just like shane in the walking dead if you watch.
    and they seem to gain self control only when at their very healthiest, otherwise better stay away from them.

    of course that what you life for affects what your more likely to become, which is why 3's are suspectible to psychopathia for example. and 4's to narcissism. so on.
    psychopaths are born, not made. (they are genetically different than normal humans and have a completely dysfunctional amygdala)
    as for a sociopath, I'd say the most likely types are 3, 7w8 and 8

    overall, I view the types at their worst as
    1: OCD, hateful bigotry
    2: entitled narcissism
    3: grandiose narcissism
    4: borderline personality, narcissism
    5: schizoid
    6: OCD
    7: histrionic, Peter Pan syndrome
    8: anti social personality disorder
    9s: schizoid, avoidant personality disorder
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    Didn't read the whole thread, but I want to add something about 9's. I think they're not necessarily passive out of wimpiness or submissiveness, but because they're easygoing and aren't easily bothered by things. I noticed I seem to have an "Oh, it's fine, I don't mind" attitude, which can sometimes look like submissiveness on the outside I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silveresque View Post
    Didn't read the whole thread, but I want to add something about 9's. I think they're not necessarily passive out of wimpiness or submissiveness, but because they're easygoing and aren't easily bothered by things. I noticed I seem to have an "Oh, it's fine, I don't mind" attitude, which can sometimes look like submissiveness on the outside I suppose.
    a previous quote of mine explains how 9s are wimpy
    wrong, 9s are self forgetting and disconnected from their own thoughts and feelings (actually, they're disconnected from just about everything most of the time). healthy 9s become proactive, discover their voice, what they want for themselves, what they want to do and go out and get it, but until then, they are extremely wimpy
    PS: accommodating types get on my nerves, but I don't know if I'd call all of them wimpy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112 View Post
    When i think of wimpy i think of physically weak. Excessive cerebralism can give way to physical neglect. With these considerations, and the fact that no one has yet picked on e5 .. I think I will have to vote 5's as being the wimpiest type, generally speaking.
    By this reckoning, Stephen Hawking would be the ultimate wimp. Not bad company to be in, IME. (And there's no such thing as excessive cerebralism.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    By this reckoning, Stephen Hawking would be the ultimate wimp. Not bad company to be in, IME. (And there's no such thing as excessive cerebralism.)
    there is if it inhibits your life and day to day activities. I would consider myself excessively cerebral actually
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    there is if it inhibits your life and day to day activities. I would consider myself excessively cerebral actually
    In this case, the person is not excessively cerebral, they are insufficiently [insert other quality here].
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    In this case, the person is not excessively cerebral, they are insufficiently [insert other quality here].
    if the activity that inhibits the said person's life and day to day activities is cerebral in nature, then that person can be said to be excessively cerebral (this is common among 5s actually. they integrate to 8 when they put this in perspective and aspire to go out into the world and make a difference in their field of study)
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    It depends on who you're even trying to please. You could say something inhibits someone's life, but it only really matters if you think there's some ultimate objective to life in the first place. There's probably been at least a trillion people who've walked the earth, and I don't think anyone has a proper grasp of what daily activities really are, or what life is supposed to be. Some people grow up in 1300s Bolivia, have a whore for a mom, and live out their lives as a slave.. and then they die from a flu at the age of 19. Their lives, at first glance, are pretty much meaningless. Everyone wants to pity someone like that, but the thing is, all of our lives pretty much amount to the same thing. You could even be Whitney Houston or Elvis, and die in your bathroom, alone and depressed.

    But no one can say that what's internally satisfying except the individual themselves. If someone wants to wank off to string theory all day, more power to them. Why should they have to do something else? If they decide they've had enough, they'll move on their own.

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    I've changed my mind; any type could theoretically be considered wimpy; it depends on definition (of both wimpy and type) and how one percieves them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd Girl View Post
    I don't know y'all, type 4 looks pretty wimpy.
    Yet he somehow survived 4 years of imprisonment and hard labor in 19th century Siberia, lifelong epilepsy, and mostly a string of professional failures and setbacks. And instead of curling up in a ball of emo bitterness, he said "Life is in ourselves and not in the external. To be a human being among human beings, and remain one forever, no matter what misfortunes befall, not to become depressed, and not to falter--this is what life is, herein lies its task." In the end, he stomped a giant footprint not only on literature, but psychology and philosophy as well. I, for one, am humbled by this particular wimp.

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