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    Good morning again my bipedalled friends...

    It goes without saying 6 is one of the most poorly articulated types. In general the primary 3-6-9 types are the hardest to properly describe.

    8 and 7 are also often described wrong...but that's because the vast majority of people on the board aren't 8s or 7s...almost all 4s 5s 6s and 9s

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellowMarcello View Post
    8 and 7 are also often described wrong...but that's because the vast majority of people on the board aren't 8s or 7s...almost all 4s 5s 6s and 9s
    In what kind of way are they described wrong? Are you only talking about board descriptions or generally?

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    Luctor et emergo Ezra's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    How can an 8 be truly strong if they admit no fear to begin with?
    That's the idea of self-development for an Eight.

    Also, depends on your definition of strength

    No, I say that it is the 6 who is truly the strongest of all enneagram types. The Skeptic who places his faith in fellow man is the living testament of the virtues of struggle, and possesses a stamina that others shall never have the privilege to know.
    A healthy Six, yeah.

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