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    Default Enneagram 2 versus 9

    Hi everyone, I'm a 20 year old female and have consistently tested ENFP but am having trouble deciding between two and nine on the enneagram given that my results are only a few points apart and both scores are much higher than any other type. What do you think are the main differences between 2 and 9? I know female 9s often mistype as 2's because they have been socialized into a 2 role. Any thoughts on determining enneagram type (related to MBTI or not) would be much appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ktucker494 View Post
    Hi everyone, I'm a 20 year old female and have consistently tested ENFP but am having trouble deciding between two and nine on the enneagram given that my results are only a few points apart and both scores are much higher than any other type. What do you think are the main differences between 2 and 9? I know female 9s often mistype as 2's because they have been socialized into a 2 role. Any thoughts on determining enneagram type (related to MBTI or not) would be much appreciated!
    Why are MBTI people so persistent at relating everything in the world to their MBTI type?

    Anyways, this would describe some of the differences:
    The Enneagram's Centres
    Social Style
    The Enneagram & Object Relations

    Personality Type Two
    Personality Type Nine

    Here's something rather irrelevant that was just interesting:
    http://www.fitzel.ca/enneagram/conflict.html
    MBTI: IXXX (I don't even believe in it atm.)
    Enneagram: 5 | Sx/So
    Big 5: RLOAI (last time I did it)
    Alignment: True Neutral
    MOTIV type: SOTID
    MOTIV+ type: |S|oxiD

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    *ignore this double post*
    MBTI: IXXX (I don't even believe in it atm.)
    Enneagram: 5 | Sx/So
    Big 5: RLOAI (last time I did it)
    Alignment: True Neutral
    MOTIV type: SOTID
    MOTIV+ type: |S|oxiD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ktucker494 View Post
    Hi everyone, I'm a 20 year old female and have consistently tested ENFP but am having trouble deciding between two and nine on the enneagram given that my results are only a few points apart and both scores are much higher than any other type. What do you think are the main differences between 2 and 9? I know female 9s often mistype as 2's because they have been socialized into a 2 role. Any thoughts on determining enneagram type (related to MBTI or not) would be much appreciated!
    I think you are an ISFJ based on your strong 2 and 9 enneagram scores.

    Could you do this test and paste the results please?

    Free Enneagram Personality Test

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