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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    I think they are important. You never know what could happen (like a car accident or something). It sometimes is a little awkward for me. Permanent ones are much more difficult. I probably dont show much but think about it a lot afterwards.
    I'm only a wing 6, but I can relate to that, with regard to separations/goodbyes. Routine or otherwise. Things like this hang around in the corners of my mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    I guess it comes from hearing about how type fours like myself can romanticize separation and wondering how it goes for type sixes.
    Can you elaborate a little more on how you'd romanticize separation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    Type Sixes, or those with a strong Six Wing, what are your feelings towards goodbyes? Can you describe how you experience them? How might Type Six handle goodbyes differently than other enneatypes? Thanks in advance for sharing.
    Goodbyes to me are usually more awkward than anything else, maybe because I feel like seeking someone out to say goodbye is like starting a conversation with someone for the purpose of testing if they care that you're leaving. When I'm leaving work, I'll wave or say "bye" to people who make eye contact. Sometimes I actively plan my departure so that it's not noticed.

    More dramatic goodbyes aren't so hard I guess. Or they haven't been in the past. I usually just smile a lot.

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    I hate goodbyes! I'm filled with dread, fearing something will happen to the person will they are away. i I mean, as in trips, not leaving for work or something. Then again, I'm ISFJ. I got a double helping of the worries.

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    Oh you mean like just saying "goodbye." I don't even think about it usually.

    But if you mean like endings with people I love, I'm more like Avril Lavigne in that Goodbye video with mascara running down her face, crawling around on the floor, taking off her wig and drinking wine alone in a motel room like "PLEASE DONT LEAVE ME."



    Actually when my ESFJ ex and I broke up, he was like "I have this feeling I'm never going to see you again" as I got in the cab to go to the airport to WV, and I thought he was being ridiculous, my mind didn't even accept that, I was like "sure, yeah right."

    But then yeah we never saw each other in person again.

    So I think maybe I don't take goodbyes seriously enough?

    Perhaps it has to do with being counterphobic, because it takes me FOR FUCKING EVER to get over ANYONE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    I guess it comes from hearing about how type fours like myself can romanticize separation and wondering how it goes for type sixes. If there wasa general charm to it or some anxiety. Maybe enneagram has little impact on these attitudes.
    I don't find it romantic, no.

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