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    ^^ haha...that pic bugs me too though....i can be perfectionist when it comes to aesthetic things...like design or photography.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdonovan1 View Post
    I was just wondering if anyone might have any suggestions as to how I can determine my MBTI code and my Enneagram code.

    I have been attempting to study both for a long time and so far have not been able to really figure it out totally. In some respects I seem to have many of the characteristics of an ESTP, while in other respects I tend to have the characteristics of an ESTJ and another book that I have been looking at has suggested that I might even be an ESFJ.

    I got involved in this a long time ago because I have been introduced to the world of seduction and attraction and as a result I have been looking at all of my previous relationships with women and my interactions with them and have tried desperately to figure myself out but so far have been unsuccessful at it.

    Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I can really be sure as to what I am on both the Enneagram and the MBTI?
    I know a great page where you can determine your enne. but it will require at least an hour of study.
    It's not a simple test, in other words, but that's why it's so accurate.
    The Enneagram Type Test

    I can help you personally with determining your type by Private Messaging, if you like.
    There are others here who would also help you.
    You could start a thread in the What's My Type section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raz1337 View Post
    If this picture makes you feel uneasy, you're a Judger:

    tee-hee Love that!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdonovan1 View Post
    I'm not real sure, but I think that I may be a Judger as even though I am very enterprising and I love to have fun I still need in my life order and stability.
    The bottom line is that J type need closure
    and Ps need to keep their options open as long as possible.
    Which one do you need the most... most of the time?

    But perhaps I should ask you this, since you have an ex-wife... how old are you?

    You basic foundational MB Type is typically established by age 25.
    If a person is older, and having difficulty determining their type,
    I ask them to think about how they used to be when they were school-aged,
    between the ages of about 6 - 25, because after that, we develop our Tertiary traits
    and that can muddy the water when trying to determine our basic type.
    Maybe that will help you, too.

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