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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    I'am a 6 too... but I'am ISTP.

    It's interesting to see that many poster on this board are ENFJ. I'm curious about differences between NFJ and STP 6s, how so much different cases can happened?

    ISTP 6s are Eminem, Henry Rollins, Amy Winehouse, or Angelina Jolie for example.
    For famous ENFJ 6s, I see Tupac Shakur and Adolph Hitler. Can you see some others?
    Are you primarily counterphobic or phobic? Personally, I find many NFJs are phobic and many STPs are counterphobic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random Ness View Post
    Are you primarily counterphobic or phobic? Personally, I find many NFJs are phobic and many STPs are counterphobic.
    I think it's a mix of phobic/counterphobic, like most part of 6s. But, yes, I've definetly strong counterphobic leanings. It's like if I lived in a dangerous world where I must be capable to be prepared, so, I avoid easy success in favor of more difficult ways, because I think, using a metaphor, that I must be capable to do things with a hand behind my back to be prepared when mischiefs of life will happen. To be stronger. I often identify what is perceived as the most dangerous thing to do, and do it. But I've also true phobic behaviors, and we can't assimilate counterphobic behavior with true courage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    I'am a 6 too... but I'am ISTP.

    It's interesting to see that many poster on this board are ENFJ. I'm curious about differences between NFJ and STP 6s, how so much different cases can happened?

    ISTP 6s are Eminem, Henry Rollins, Amy Winehouse, or Angelina Jolie for example.
    For famous ENFJ 6s, I see Tupac Shakur and Adolph Hitler. Can you see some others?
    Agreed.

    I am a 3 w/ a 2 & 8 wing, both fairly equal. I'm enfj.

    I was very surprised by the possibility than "many" enfjs consider themselves even w/ a 6 wing. Not that theres anything wrong w/ it... just surprising.

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    I'm INFP, another xNFP 6w7. I don't know about other 6's but I have a strong enneagram 9's in myself. I'm quite laid back and a bit of a doormat.
    More of phobic side than counterphobic but can be very outspoken in
    discussion or debate that interest me. I think I'm quite different from other infp because
    most of them are enneagram 4's or 9's. So I'm not really shy or soft spoken like many infp
    would be. I also agree with one poster here that say a lot of 6's can be xNFJ because I
    know three 6's, two of them are ENFJ and one of them is INFJ. I notice that enfj 6's
    I know have more of 3ish quality than I do because I don't relate much to 3's even if it's
    my disintergrate type. I know one 3w4 and I found her to be very intimidating.

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    aw, for anyone who said that 6 seemed like it had a lot of "ugly" qualities, i always thought that 6 sounded pretty good. loyal but with a healthy dose of skepticism, dedicated and responsible yet brave and rebellious.

    but then, i suspect it is easier to see the good in other types because we relate to the flaws of our own type so easily...

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    aw, for anyone who said that 6 seemed like it had a lot of "ugly" qualities, i always thought that 6 sounded pretty good. loyal but with a healthy dose of skepticism, dedicated and responsible yet brave and rebellious.

    but then, i suspect it is easier to see the good in other types because we relate to the flaws of our own type so easily...
    Errr, I tend to see the bad in ever enneagram type. Perhaps you need to read more detailed descriptions of other types.

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    I'm either a 1 or a 6. I can't figure it out.
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    INFJ, 6w5 sp/so/sx here.

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    ^^^Arrrg! You resurrected this thread from the dead!

    Hey, you're the same MBTI + socionics + enneagram type as me!!! : D D D

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    I'm a 6w5 (counterphobic) and ISTP. Phew, am I full of contradictions or what? Sometimes I feel that I am nothing but a yoyo, bouncing between dependency and independence, desperately seeking safety and adventurous challenges at the same time, rebelling and remaining trustworthy. Hate this combo sometimes, it's sooooo tiering! I'm good with computers, though.
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