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    I don't have a clue.
    I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle and here is my spout. Every time I steam up, I give a shout. Just tip me over and pour me out.

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    Whenever I take an online Enneagram test, I get different answers. It seems to me that there aren't really any good tests online for it. I'd probably have to read through all of the types before I could decide which one is most like me.

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    I have taken two separate enneagram tests. It seems that I am a type seven. That would probably explain my obsession with food and my general level of being scattered and my dislike of being alone (despite being an introvert).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Walking Tourist View Post
    I have taken two separate enneagram tests. It seems that I am a type seven. That would probably explain my obsession with food and my general level of being scattered and my dislike of being alone (despite being an introvert).
    Well that's interesting as hell! I'm ring 7 too, it's a great place to be. Be a rambunctious free spirit and don't let anyone tell you what to do. It's a seriously grand life, I swear it!

    That's a trip that you're an introvert yet don't like to be alone. Are you socially active or do you get sufficient human interaction from work/school etc? Just curious.

    I'm so damn extroverted my skin crawls if I'm alone when I don't want to be. Even if I am damn busy and lock myself in my man cave (aka den as in converted garage) I still like to be able to walk out into the kitchen and grab a soda and say Hi to the wife and kiddies.

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    Not liking to be alone is probably unusual for an introvert. My I/E scores are very close to even. I do get overstimulated easily so noisy parties and large crowds are not for me. (I have an auditory processing problem.)
    Some of the ways that I get human interaction... I belong to a church choir and to a community chorus, which helps with human interaction as well as my need to sing as much as possible!
    When I take long walks, I nearly always meet people who tell me great stories. I enjoy taking the walks by myself but I'm always happy to meet other people to hear their stories.
    Last summer, I was part of a group that walked from Chicago to Saint Paul, Minnesota (in seven weeks). I read about the walk on the internet and impulsively decided to join it! It was great fun and good exercise. I stayed with numerous host families along the ways and made loads of new friends.
    In a week and a half, I am going to a Victorian tea. I have invited a friend to come with me.
    Thank you for the welcome to ring seven. It sounds like seventh heaven! I'm glad to be a part of it.



    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Well that's interesting as hell! I'm ring 7 too, it's a great place to be. Be a rambunctious free spirit and don't let anyone tell you what to do. It's a seriously grand life, I swear it!

    That's a trip that you're an introvert yet don't like to be alone. Are you socially active or do you get sufficient human interaction from work/school etc? Just curious.

    I'm so damn extroverted my skin crawls if I'm alone when I don't want to be. Even if I am damn busy and lock myself in my man cave (aka den as in converted garage) I still like to be able to walk out into the kitchen and grab a soda and say Hi to the wife and kiddies.
    I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle and here is my spout. Every time I steam up, I give a shout. Just tip me over and pour me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walking Tourist View Post
    Not liking to be alone is probably unusual for an introvert. My I/E scores are very close to even. I do get overstimulated easily so noisy parties and large crowds are not for me. (I have an auditory processing problem.)
    Some of the ways that I get human interaction... I belong to a church choir and to a community chorus, which helps with human interaction as well as my need to sing as much as possible!
    When I take long walks, I nearly always meet people who tell me great stories. I enjoy taking the walks by myself but I'm always happy to meet other people to hear their stories.
    Last summer, I was part of a group that walked from Chicago to Saint Paul, Minnesota (in seven weeks). I read about the walk on the internet and impulsively decided to join it! It was great fun and good exercise. I stayed with numerous host families along the ways and made loads of new friends.
    In a week and a half, I am going to a Victorian tea. I have invited a friend to come with me.
    Thank you for the welcome to ring seven. It sounds like seventh heaven! I'm glad to be a part of it.
    That's cool as all get out, I like your method of balancing your E/I characteristics, it seems quite healthy. Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walking Tourist View Post
    Not liking to be alone is probably unusual for an introvert. :
    Nah, probably not that unusual. Introvert doesn't mean hermit. I don't like being alone, I love human interaction, but I don't love large crowds and many hours of non-stop social activities is very draining to me.
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    They said I'm type 5.

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