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    Quote Originally Posted by AntiheroComplex View Post
    Wait aren't you sure of being an infj??

    Assuming you are a 7w6 infj makes more sense than nfp unless you have e2 in your tritype. However i believe you are either a 4 or 3 in that particular centre when it comes to your tritype. Do you know what your tritype?

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    Me! I am pretty sure I am INFP 4, but I have very strong 7 characteristics, I behave like 7 in lot of ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    @Chanaynay and @Udog you bring up a good point about 9's.

    Although, I would think that 9's don't take AS much initiative as 7's do

    ...what do you think?
    Hmm, well a 9 integrated to 3 might be more assertive, so maybe that could be another reason for mixing up 9 and 7. But yeah, 9s are generally more sluggish and steady-moving than 7s who are more bouncy and anxious. I think examining the INFPs you're talking about using different lenses could help - hornevian triads, object relations, etc. Any NFP will relate to E7 in some way because a lot of their common characteristics will overlap (scattered, more directly concerned with the self, lazy, idealistic, optimistic, etc) but I guess looking at what they really struggle with is the issue. Also this link helped me decide between 2 and 7:

    http://www.enneagraminstitute.com/misid/#.UrslUvRDuuJ

    Also maybe giving us reasons why you think those little INFPs might be core 7 could be telling about their type?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Wait aren't you sure of being an infj??

    Assuming you are a 7w6 infj makes more sense than nfp unless you have e2 in your tritype. However i believe you are either a 4 or 3 in that particular centre when it comes to your tritype. Do you know what your tritype?
    If you read carefully, Nights and Days was saying that I've made a convincing case for being an INFJ 7. I believe it was meant to support the idea that if an INFJ 7 is possible, then an INFP could have a similarly rare Enneatype combination as well - any type could. I tend to take this position also.

    I'm not a Fi-user, so INFP is most likely off the menu. I'm confident in my typing - don't worry.

    If I don't seem particularly Two-like...it's because I'm not. For me, Two is the least relatable type in the entire Enneagram for numerous reasons. Definitely a Three or a Four when it comes to the heart-fix.
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    I think that seven wingish infps are probably going to have strong ne

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