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    If you have a Five-wing you should be able to identify with type Five descriptions, but itīs not the same as actually being a Five. 5w4s and 4w5s are similar in some ways, but very different in others. Fours are reactive, whereas Fives are compliant types. Thatīs one difference, which you can see if you observe people of both types.
    Sometimes it seems obvious to me that someone is a 5w4. Itīs a certain kind of vibe, a display of pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delphyne View Post
    If you have a Five-wing you should be able to identify with type Five descriptions, but itīs not the same as actually being a Five. 5w4s and 4w5s are similar in some ways, but very different in others. Fours are reactive, whereas Fives are compliant types. Thatīs one difference, which you can see if you observe people of both types.
    Sometimes it seems obvious to me that someone is a 5w4. Itīs a certain kind of vibe, a display of pattern.
    They're completely different. It's just a strong wing can cause mistypings. Fives are objective/Fours are subjective.

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    Now, I simply disagree. The type of your wing blends into your main type. Even if they didnīt Fours and Fives are both withdrawn types. No two enneagram types are completely different from each other, they have at least one similarity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delphyne View Post
    Now, I simply disagree. The type of your wing blends into your main type. Even if they didnīt Fours and Fives are both withdrawn types. No two enneagram types are completely different from each other, they have at least one similarity.
    Doesn't that go without saying? I just meant there's a clear line of delineation. Let's state the obvious a few more times.

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    3w4

    It seems 3s are more like to be extroverts, but I am not an extrovert. I guess I just have an extroverted persona at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenk View Post
    Doesn't that go without saying? I just meant there's a clear line of delineation. Let's state the obvious a few more times.
    You wrote “Theyīre completely different”. It wasnīt obvious that you only meant thereīs a clear line of delineation.
    Misunderstandings happen sometimes.

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    I don't know, but I really haven't put my mind to enneagram yet.
    I score type 5 and 9 the most, but the top four are always the same. And I do identify with them the most.
    But tests are tests.
    I don't know, so could someone give me a nudge to the right direction? *offers cookies* I think I'm nine..?

    type score type behavior motivation
    5 54 I must be knowledgable and independent to be happy.
    9 51 I must be peaceful and easy to get along with to be happy.
    2 48 I must be helpful and caring to be happy.
    3 45 I must be impressive and attractive to be happy.
    1 44 I must be perfect and good to be happy.
    7 37 I must be high and entertained to be happy.
    4 36 I must avoid painful feelings to be happy.
    8 34 I must be strong and in control to be happy.
    6 30 I must be secure and safe to be happy.

    type score type behavior motivation
    5 55 I must be knowledgable and independent to be happy.
    9 47 I must be peaceful and easy to get along with to be happy.
    3 45 I must be impressive and attractive to be happy.
    2 44 I must be helpful and caring to be happy.
    1 42 I must be perfect and good to be happy.
    8 40 I must be strong and in control to be happy.
    7 37 I must be high and entertained to be happy.
    6 35 I must be secure and safe to be happy.
    4 34 I must avoid painful feelings to be happy.

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    7w2 (with a splash of 5 on the side)

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    Tied between 9 and 5 on the 9types test
    Whoops.

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