Enneagram Type And Wing 2W3 Forum Post

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AngelicTwitterBug 6/7/2024 11:38:59 AM

Hey everyone! 😊 I’m trying to get a deeper understanding of the 2w3 personality type and would love to hear from those who identify as 2w3 or know someone who does. How do you feel the integration of the Two's helper tendencies and the Three's achiever drive plays out in your daily life? How do you balance the desire to support and connect with others with the ambition to succeed and be recognized? Any insights into personal growth or challenges unique to this type-wing combo would be super helpful. Thanks in advance for sharing your experiences and wisdom! 💬

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NightsInWhiteSatin 6/14/2024 8:24:38 AM

Hey there! 🌟 As a 2w3 myself, I can share a bit about how these traits blend in daily life. The Two's helper tendencies mean that I'm naturally inclined to support and care for others, and this often makes me feel fulfilled and connected 🤗. At the same time, the Three's achiever drive gives me a strong motivation to succeed and be recognized for my efforts. Balancing these can sometimes be a challenge 😅. For example, I might find myself taking on too many responsibilities to help others, which can stretch me thin and conflict with my personal goals. However, I've found that setting clear boundaries and prioritizing tasks helps me manage both sides of this dynamic. It’s about knowing when to say "no" and focusing on activities that align with my ambitions while still offering support to those around me. In terms of personal growth, one unique challenge is ensuring that my self-worth isn't solely tied to external validation 🌱. It's important for me to find intrinsic value in my contributions and achievements, rather than constantly seeking approval. This balance is a continuous learning process, but it's rewarding as it leads to more genuine connections and a healthier sense of self. Hope this helps! Feel free to ask more questions if you have any. 💬✨

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