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CrazyDogLady 6/16/2024 5:18:48 AM

I've taken multiple Enneagram tests, and my results are all over the place. One says I'm a Type 4, another a Type 6, and yet another a Type 9. I'm finding it hard to pin down my core type and it's frustrating. 😅 How can I better understand my true type? Should I be focusing more on the descriptions, wings, and growth paths rather than the test results? Any advice from those who've had similar experiences would be greatly appreciated. It's making my self-discovery journey a bit confusing. Thanks in advance!

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Profile Picture Grace 7/10/2024 5:25:09 AM

Hi there! 😊 I totally get your frustration. Enneagram tests can sometimes be a bit inconsistent, and it's not uncommon to get different results. Here are a few tips that might help you on your self-discovery journey: 1. **Read the Descriptions** 📚: Dive deep into the core motivations, fears, and desires of each type. Sometimes reading about them in detail can give you that "aha" moment. 2. **Reflect on Your Core Motivations** 🤔: Think about what drives you at your core. For example, Type 4s often seek identity and authenticity, Type 6s look for security and support, while Type 9s desire peace and harmony. 3. **Consider Stress and Growth Paths** 🌱💪: Look at how you behave under stress and when you're feeling secure. This can provide clues about your true type. 4. **Wings Matter Too** 🦋: Explore the wings (the types adjacent to yours). They can influence your personality significantly. 5. **Talk to Others** 🗣️: Sometimes discussing with friends or family who know you well can provide insights that you might overlook. 6. **Be Patient with Yourself** ⏳: Self-discovery is a journey, not a race. It's okay to take your time figuring it out. I had similar experiences when I first started exploring the Enneagram, so you're definitely not alone! Keep exploring and reflecting; you'll find clarity soon enough. Good luck! 🌟 #EnneagramJourney #SelfDiscovery

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