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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Qwan View Post
    Perhaps, I feel like I have a little of everything except 8. Phobic 6 fits fairly well, but 7 would cover my desire to have a good life and have fun and 5 would cover my quest for knowledge. I am a core head type, but that is all that is obvious.
    After our convo last night I think that you are a 5w6 so/sp, which I see that you have now changed your type to.

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    Found this at EI

    Average Z scores on the Big 5 personality factors

    Emotional Stability
    E1: -.26
    E2: .15
    E3: .16
    E4: -.33
    E5: -.14
    E6: -.53
    E7: .36
    E8: .68
    E9: .31

    (Relationships between OPQ and Enneagram Types, pg.15)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    Found this at EI

    Average Z scores on the Big 5 personality factors

    Emotional Stability
    E1: -.26
    E2: .15
    E3: .16
    E4: -.33
    E5: -.14
    E6: -.53
    E7: .36
    E8: .68
    E9: .31

    (Relationships between OPQ and Enneagram Types, pg.15)


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    6w5 would be the most neurotic, then?

    I have issues with mood swings, so that would reinforce my type of 5w6…
    …or am I 6w5?
    Enneagram: 6w7 (phobic) > 2w1 > 9w1
    Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
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    Date of Birth: March 15, 1996
    Gender: Male
    Political Stance: Libertarian Liberal (Arizona School/Strong BHL)
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    You can achieve anything you set your mind to, and you are limited only by how dedicated you are to succeed!

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    ^^^oh look! 3 mistyped posters in a row!

    (just amusing myself while trying to get shit done that I don't care to do)
    @Stansmith what's up with that e8 score?

    edit: I don't think those are your personal scores...but they look like they would fit you.

    Carry on.

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    Haha they totally might be. What are you thinking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    Haha they totally might be. What are you thinking?
    See an ENFP will always be there for those that desperately want to procrastinate. Thank you.

    The Great One ENTP 7w6 sx/sp

    Magic Qwan ENFP 7w6 so/sp (he has higher levels of Ti usage which probably makes him feel like Qlip did a couple of years ago along with some other things going on that changes stuff (?) but he's a Feeler and one of our persuasion.)

    Stansmith is the only one that I find confusing. Higher levels of Te says 7w8 in my mind...but I would say ENFP 7w6 sx (7w6 sx that is young and not entirely happy... all e7s wake up one day only to be completely devastated by the fact Santa is not real, no one knows how to get to Neverland, people don't hand us the world when we grow up like we just know they should... <--this lesson came earlier for Stansmith is what I believe.)

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    Just read the OP and haven't read the whole thread, but 9 seems like it would be my guess for happiest type. When self-inflicted hardship comes, as it does with all types, the way I understand it is they kind of zen out and become removed from the problem. That might not be a good enough version of happiness to some, bit it seems much more enjoyable than the crap in deal with beig a 7 or a 2, haha.
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Why do you constantly feel the need to create hierarchies of which types are "better"/"worse", with your type as the worst in whatever category?

    Happiness and well-adjustedness are not type related at all.
    I agree its not type related.

    I think the OP was ranking types in order of how happy they tend to look on the outside to others. Which does not equate with inner happiness.
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    @op - I think content is a better word than happy. Happiness is dependent on external circumstances meeting your wants. However contentment is more of an internal state of bliss. Your op looks for contentment I believe and not happiness. If so your op would make more sense especially in having 9w8 on top and e6 in the bottom. However I would put 6w7 the least content, not 6w5. 6w7 have the additional burden of having to be concerned/worried about their social standings.

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