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    Default Accurate Names for the Core Enneagram Types

    This may even apply to the wings to be not the 9 wing since 1w9s and 8w9s don't seek oneness.

    1) The Rectitude Seeker because the reformer sounds too harsh for most 1 FJ women.

    2) The Adoration Seeker because most women see themselves as helpers.

    3) The Admiration Seeker because anyone can be an achiever.

    4) The Identification Seeker because the individualist attracts many mistyped xNFPs.

    5) The Aptitude Seeker because the investigator sounds like a 6w5.

    6) The Clarity Seeker because there are 6s that aren't loyalists.

    7) The Jollification Seeker because all of the positive outlook types are enthusiasts.

    8) The Leverage Seeker because there are 8s that aren't challengers.

    9) The Oneness Seeker because integrated 6s can be peacemakers.
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    Good try, but I still see plenty of room for overlap.

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    I will take a shoot


    1. Morality/orderliness seeker

    2. Love seeker

    3. Value seeker

    4. Self seeker

    5. Competency seeker

    6. Security seeker

    7. Fun seeker

    8. Power seeker

    9. Harmony seeker


    It isn't ideal but it could work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtual ghost View Post
    I will take a shoot


    1. Morality/orderliness seeker
    Most people seek morality.

    2. Love seeker
    No because most women seek to be loved.

    3. Value seeker
    All the heart types seek value.


    5. Competency seeker
    All the competency types seek competency.

    6. Security seeker
    Seeking clarity gets to the point. The reason they seek security is because they are lacking clarity.

    7. Fun seeker
    Good luck trying to get an ENFP to identify as 7 if you refer to them as fun-seekers. They don't like the overly happy stereotype of 7s.

    8. Power seeker
    Leverage seeker has more of a ring to it and it covers more bases.

    9. Harmony seeker
    This sounds more like Fe than 9 when there are plenty of Fi dom 9s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtual ghost View Post
    Good try, but I still see plenty of room for overlap.
    These are the type's true motives underneath all these descriptions that add to confusion. People who want success keep thinking they are 3s for example when they are just normal people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misfortuneteller View Post
    Good luck trying to get an ENFP to identify as 7 if you refer to them as fun-seekers. They don't like the overly happy stereotype of 7s.
    Seeking fun is how i see myself and want to be seen by others lmao. What else are we supposed to do in life

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    Type 1: The Coach

    Type 2: The Giver

    Type 3: The Idol

    Type 4: Le Mystique

    Type 5: The Analyst

    Type 6: The Advisor

    Type 7: The Dabbler

    Type 8: The Challenger

    Type 9: The Balancer
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    1 - The obsessive neurotic
    2 - The needy ex
    3 - The self obsessed narcissist
    4 - The drama queen
    5 - The ultimate nerd
    6 - The fearful chicken
    7 - The immature teen
    8 - The controlling friend that nobody actually likes, but are too afraid to tell them
    9 - The lazyass
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    Just gonna put in my two cents, (pun unintended, but enthusiastically leaned into). We should probably figure out the one for our own type, and have others give feedback on it, as we likely have some of the best perspective on it. Here goes.

    Type 2 - The Acceptance-Driven Determined Giver

    Acceptance-driven, as the 2's need for acceptance and validation (used as synonyms there) are their prime drivers, and also largest downfall. Determined giver because they will generally try to do this through giving to others, and valuing others above themselves, even (and potentially often) to the point where it's unhealthy. And they will pursue their goal to the self-destructive end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Five to One View Post
    1 - The obsessive neurotic
    2 - The needy ex
    3 - The self obsessed narcissist
    4 - The drama queen
    5 - The ultimate nerd
    6 - The fearful chicken
    7 - The immature teen
    8 - The controlling friend that nobody actually likes, but are too afraid to tell them
    9 - The lazyass

    If these were true humanity would be long gone at this point.
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