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    Raga, there's nothing I can't stand more than a ridiculously rich Christian, Jesus followers my asshole.

    And, Zara, I disagree, I think that cockiness and confidence are easily and objectively exhibited and observed.

    Cockiness is aggressive, it needs to prove itself, its superiority, it's overly compensatory.

    Confidence is silent and sound, assertive when need be, it knows and it shows, rather than one who is cocky who does not know but needs to show that that he does not know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    And, Zara, I disagree, I think that cockiness and confidence are easily and objectively exhibited and observed.

    Cockiness is aggressive, it needs to prove itself, its superiority, it's overly compensatory.

    Confidence is silent and sound, assertive when need be, it knows and it shows, rather than one who is cocky who does not know but needs to show that that he does not know.
    And I disagree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Whether I'm a type 8 or 6, you can still use enneagram.

    If I'm a 6, then I enjoy debate in order to construct a stable, solid meaning, or truth.

    I would say that this is really more the case than the competition angle of an 8...
    6 is plausible, actually, although your tendency to be argumentative gives you a lot of external characterisics of an 8. (No-one usually has a clue what my own enneagram type is, until they know, then it's obvious to them and they can easily pick out the signs!) 6s seem to be commoner Irl than on the forum, where they're rather rare. I know several Irl, but they're not particularly intellectual, so an intellectual 6 would be a very different proposition. It certainly makes for assertiveness when defending your views if it's something you feel strongly about, so that fits.

    How important are relationships to you then? Romantic and friendship?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragashree View Post
    6 is plausible, actually, although your tendency to be argumentative gives you a lot of external characterisics of an 8. (No-one usually has a clue what my own enneagram type is, until they know, then it's obvious to them and they can easily pick out the signs!) 6s seem to be commoner Irl than on the forum, where they're rather rare. I know several Irl, but they're not particularly intellectual, so an intellectual 6 would be a very different proposition. It certainly makes for assertiveness when defending your views if it's something you feel strongly about, so that fits.

    How important are relationships to you then? Romantic and friendship?
    Both very important.

    Not in a needy kinda way.

    But in an idealistic kinda way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    And I disagree.
    *thunder crashing*

    "Thus spoke Zara..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    *thunder crashing*

    "Thus spoke Zara..."

    :P
    Just being silent, sound and assertive.

    You know: confident.

    I'll leave the peacocking to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Both very important.

    Not in a needy kinda way.

    But in an idealistic kinda way.
    How would it be to be, let's say, submerged in a personal relationship (of any kind, though I suppose I mean romantic more), something you felt you could never really get out of?
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    How far apart do you two live? Are you arguing in the same physical location?
    "Remember always that you not only have the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one."
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    "When people see some things as beautiful,
    other things become ugly.
    When people see some things as good,
    other things become bad."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Both very important.

    Not in a needy kinda way.

    But in an idealistic kinda way.
    Wait, I iz confuzid, so you are saying that platonic and romantic relationships are important to you in an idealistic kinda way?

    That doesn't make sense.

    So in a perfect world they'd be very important to you?

    *scratches head*
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragashree View Post
    How would it be to be, let's say, submerged in a personal relationship (of any kind, though I suppose I mean romantic more), something you felt you could never really get out of?
    *runs out the door*

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