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  1. #1
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    Arrow r u a 6 SIX =enneag.

    Pleaaaaase post if u consider yourself a 6!
    Any other details such as wing(s), why you are a 6, examples... greatly appreciated.

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    6w5 in every sense of the word.. Sp/Sx/So

    Lots of contradiction.. It makes life so much fun..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arclight View Post
    6w5 in every sense of the word.. Sp/Sx/So

    Lots of contradiction.. It makes life so much fun..
    Hee hee hee...
    And hmmm, didnt expect enfjs! Cool. Makes sense though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afkan View Post
    Hee hee hee...
    And hmmm, didnt expect enfjs! Cool. Makes sense though.
    Type 6 is Ni and Fe .. so really it makes a lot of sense.. I think a lot of NFJs are type 6.. it's just a very misunderstood type and not very attractive at first glance, so people reject it.

    A big one is the need for an authority.. most people don't realize this authority can be themselves.

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    its interesting... I scored high on 8 instead. I bet enfjs usually have one or the other, a 6 or an 8.
    Still curious to see loads of replies from sixes... even if you just post Hi! So we can see what types you are...

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    Umm well, just read my signature. Interesting, two ENFJs are the first to respond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random Ness View Post
    Umm well, just read my signature. Interesting, two ENFJs are the first to respond.
    Thank you! Just did read your signature, and thanks!
    Yeah I expected a lot of other types...hmm.

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    I think so, but I've also got some 1w9/9w1 and 3w4 in there somewhere.

    Gonna have to do even more exploring to figure that one out

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    6w5 SP/SO/SX. I was rather reluctant to own it... just ask arclight. lol

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    Hello...I thought I was 6w7 for a long time. But people who know me best (and who know the Enneagram well) have helped me open my eyes to the fact that I just may be a 3w2.

    I really latched on to the six concept of needing support from others. I'm a very accomodating person and I try so hard to fit in and please people (and this includes always wanting to follow the rules). I also could relate very much to Type 3 and always thought this was because I disintegrated to Type 3 during stress. Over time, however, I've started to see that I have a LOT more Type 3 in me than I ever wanted to admit. And my need for "support" for others just might actually be a need for "admiration."

    Has anyone else ever had confusion about Type 3/Type 6? I don't think it's all that common?

    In any event, I think Type 6 is awesome! I never saw an ugly side of it when I first identified with it. I guess it just stands to reason that all types have their ugly side.

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