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    Default The best ennneagram type for you

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    LOL. It says e8 not CP6.

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    Type 3 - The Achiever

    8% Gut, 10% Heart, 9% Mind, 4% Externalized, 5% Internalized and 7% Forgotten!



    I don't think so, but still
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    Your result for The Best Enneagram Type for You Test ...
    Type 4 - The Individualist

    http://ak1.okccdn.com/php/load_okc_i..._cb94de6a_.png


    5% Gut, 14% Heart, 9% Mind, 3% Externalized, 9% Internalized and 4% Forgotten!

    Type 4 - The Individualist

    What It's Like to Love a Four (by Susan Reynolds)



    What you'll love about Fours:
    They have a quiet confidence and seem to know who they are. They are in touch with their feelings and open up to you right away. They are usually sensitive, kind, caring, and actually talk about their feelings. They seem to understand you, and you often feel safe around them. They are often intelligent, artistic, creative, and interesting to talk to. They seem genuine and deeply caring in a philanthropic way. They can be the best, most sympathetic friends to those in pain.

    What will drive you crazy about Fours:

    They can get so immersed in their feelings they shut you out. They brood when angry or hurt and wallow in past hurts. They pine over lost loves and often don't seem to be fully present. They berate themselves and have a long list of what's wrong with them. They may actually seem to enjoy feeling melancholy and acting melodramatic. They may succumb to major funks and are often susceptible to deep depressions. They usually have difficulty believing that you actually, truly love them.



    Common MBTI-Types: INFP, INFJ, ENFP, ISFP

    Less Common: ISFJ, ESFP, ENFJ
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    Kind of an obvious test but I can't expect anything more of OKC I guess. Having me choose between 9 options is really hard too.

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    Type 8 - The Protector

    What you'll love about Eights:

    They typically know what they want and go after it with gusto and style. They have a commanding presence and always make an impression. They are often strong, full of vitality, and always on the go. They can be sophisticated, urbane, powerful, and ambitious. They may exude courage and promise to always defend you and protect you. They usually have lucrative jobs, big houses, and fancy cars. They can be very generous and buy expensive presents. They love to make you feel like you can do anything.

    What will drive you crazy about Eights:

    They are afraid to show any vulnerability and rarely tell you what they really think or feel. They rarely let down their guard or show any tenderness. They usually think they always know more than anyone else. They may resort to bullying you into doing what they want. They may try to rule over you with an iron hand. They are sometimes intolerant, controlling, manipulative, argumentative, and cruel. They can be impulsive, reactionary, and ruthless under stress. They appear to love getting angry and often equate it with love.

    If you leave a pathological Eight, he or she may become punitive and even violent.

    Common MBTI-Types: ESTJ, ESTP, ENTJ, ENTP, INTJ

    Less Common: ISTJ, ISTP, INTP, ENFJ, ENFP, INFJ, INFP

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    LOL. It says e8 not CP6.
    Did he make this quiz himself or something?? They chose a bad picture too...like it made me feel kind of awkward getting this result and seeing that "example" picture.
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    I got type 1 which I don't feel is accurate or even reflected my answers at all
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    Fuckit I got no preference after taking all that time to do that test.
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    Your result for The Best Enneagram Type for You Test ...

    Type 4 - The Individualist
    4% Gut, 14% Heart, 9% Mind, 4% Externalized, 9% Internalized and 3% Forgotten!

    What It's Like to Love a Four (by Susan Reynolds)

    What you'll love about Fours:

    They have a quiet confidence and seem to know who they are. They are in touch with their feelings and open up to you right away. They are usually sensitive, kind, caring, and actually talk about their feelings. They seem to understand you, and you often feel safe around them. They are often intelligent, artistic, creative, and interesting to talk to. They seem genuine and deeply caring in a philanthropic way. They can be the best, most sympathetic friends to those in pain.

    What will drive you crazy about Fours:

    They can get so immersed in their feelings they shut you out. They brood when angry or hurt and wallow in past hurts. They pine over lost loves and often don't seem to be fully present. They berate themselves and have a long list of what's wrong with them. They may actually seem to enjoy feeling melancholy and acting melodramatic. They may succumb to major funks and are often susceptible to deep depressions. They usually have difficulty believing that you actually, truly love them.

    Common MBTI-Types: INFP, INFJ, ENFP, ISFP

    Less Common: ISFJ, ESFP, ENFJ
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    Type 4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deceptive View Post


    LOL. It says e8 not CP6.
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