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Please type me , mbti enneagram socionics or anything else

Pionart

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MBTI Type
NiFe
Enneagram
6
For enneagram tritype I would guess 146

Anger at self, shame of self, afraid of general things.
 

Luminous

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MBTI Type
Iᑎᖴᑭ
Enneagram
952
Instinctual Variant
sx/sp
My guess at reading this is there's a lot of 6. 649 (maaaaybe or 629,) or some other combo of those. Perhaps so/sp.
 

Pionart

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6
Thank you
I read about 6 in general and although I sometimes cling to anxiety ( but not always, I know people who are much more anxious than me and I always work to reassure them) , there were things I could not recognize such as discipline, commitment (especially when it comes to tradition) and doing duty, strong loyalty, and heading towards others for security

As far as I remember, what I releated to was distrust of others, and thinking about worst-case scenarios when anxious

So is there any other enneagram that is possible as a core?

I'm not surprised about So/Sp , I see them everywhere around
Although I don't feel like I'm the 'social person stereotype ' that So/Sp are
That stuff about 6 sounds very Si.

Do keep in mind that the majority of stereotypes about the enneagram types are wrong.

Stick to looking at fear/anger/shame and whether they are internalised/externalised/generalised. (imo)
 
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