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    I'm confused between 2w1 and 1w2 ENFJ . Can you discripe these two and what are the differences ,and if you can
    mistype one for another ?
    Does it make difference if it's a male or female?
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    So, I found the answer myself , lol.

    This site provide discription of types and thier wings:
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    Quote Originally Posted by AStrange~Nostalgia View Post
    I'm confused between 2w1 and 1w2 ENFJ .
    Are you internally judgmental or understanding? That's about the basics of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misfortuneteller View Post
    Are you internally judgmental or understanding? That's about the basics of it.
    Both. I'm always judging in the inside but when someone I think is well intentioned , I would be very understanding. And when talking to poeple I try to be as understanding as possible.

    I've read the description of both. And I don't think I'm as intense as 1w2. But still not soo emotional for an ENFJ, so I assumed this was the 1 in 2w1. Am I right?

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    Both. I'm always judging in the inside but when someone I think is well intentioned , I would be very understanding. And when talking to poeple I try to be as understanding as possible.
    I'll go with 1w2 then. Female ExFJ 1w2s often have strong wings practically if they are mothers.

    I've read the description of both. And I don't think I'm as intense as 1w2.
    Who claims that 1w2s are intense? The only purely intense type is type 8.
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    Well, thanks alot !
    This 1w2 makes more sense to me . I've seen type 2 and they seem too sweet for me. I'm just kind with everyone and can only compliment sincerely.

    I think I misunderstood the word 'intense'.
    How do you call a type as intense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AStrange~Nostalgia View Post
    I think I misunderstood the word 'intense'.
    How do you call a type as intense?
    Well, 8s are intense like I said. Their need to be refined may be what you thought as being intense. The heavy 2 wing could easily make you seem less uptight.
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    @misfortuneteller you have no idea how much it helped me to know that I`m type 1. thanks a lot.
    I thought I was too lazy to be a 1. But I was just undermotivated because I was just having a bad time.
    this explains why I cried when I first heard this song(Sleeping At Last - "One" ) more than "two".
    unfortunately the songs "seven" "eight" "nine" are still not produced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AStrange~Nostalgia View Post
    @misfortuneteller you have no idea how much it helped me to know that I`m type 1. thanks a lot.
    Aww, thanks. I just love helping people figure out their enneagram type.

    I thought I was too lazy to be a 1. But I was just undermotivated because I was just having a bad time.
    1's become 4-ish under stress and this could go on for months even years.

    this explains why I cried when I first heard this song(Sleeping At Last - "One" ) more than "two".
    unfortunately the songs "seven" "eight" "nine" are still not produced.
    I cried when I read about holy love which is the 9's holy idea. Sleeping at Last are dope but I am annoyed that they decided to take a two month break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misfortuneteller View Post
    1's become 4-ish under stress and this could go on for months even years.
    I think I felt something towards 4 I've noticed in myself which felt weird. I'm going to look more into 4.
    Thanks for that!
    That's why I love these threads. Very interesting that you get to hear so many theories and observations that are new to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by misfortuneteller View Post
    Sleeping at Last are dope but I am annoyed that they decided to take a two month break.
    According to estimations, the 9 release will be next year. Unfortunately.
    But you just don't want to end up with an awful song for your enne because the writer was tired and in rush to end it all. so cheer up.

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