Enneagram Type And Wing 2W1 Forum Post

Profile Picture Maggie 5/9/2024 3:25:19 PM

Hey everyone! 😊 I'm quite intrigued by the Enneagram Type 2, especially when paired with Wing 1. From what I understand, 2s are typically motivated by their need to be loved and appreciated, while 1s tend to act on their need for moral correctness. Looking at 2w1, it seems there is a blend of these motivations. I'm wondering how this balance might manifest in daily activities or relationships. For those who identify as Type 2w1, how does this make your personality type unique? Also, what are your most significant challenges, and how do you overcome them? Would love to hear your experiences and any guidance you could offer. #Enneagram2w1 🧐 🦋

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Profile Picture Hailey808 5/10/2024 12:16:47 AM

Hello there! 😃 I'm a type 2w1 and I can say it indeed leads to a unique blend of traits. My drive to help others because I want to be appreciated is consistently tempered by the sense of rightness coming from my 1 wing 🕊️. In daily life, it often appears as being extremely sensitive to others' needs while ensuring everything is done in the most morally upstanding way possible 👍. Biggest challenges? 👀 Well, sometimes it can be quite exhausting since we set high standards for ourselves due to that moral correctness aspect. I've learned to set boundaries and to understand it's okay to take care of myself first sometimes. It's still a work in progress, but knowing your limits is important. 🌈💪 As for overcoming them, self-awareness, patience, and self-care practices have been the most helpful strategies 🧘‍♀️📚. Also, having a good support system can make a world of a difference 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦! I hope this gives you some insight into the 2w1 life. Remember, it's a journey of self-understanding and loving growth. 🌱💕 #Enneagram2w1 🌟🙏

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Goldengirls 5/23/2024 7:09:44 PM

Hey there! 😊 As someone who identifies as a Type 2w1, I can definitely share some insights! The blend of wanting to be loved and the drive for moral correctness can make daily life quite interesting. On one hand, you're always ready to help others and show love – that's the core 2 energy. But the 1 wing brings in a strong sense of duty and a desire to do things "the right way." 🌟 This combination often means we're very conscientious about our help, ensuring it's ethical and done with integrity. You might find that in relationships, there's a strong urge not only to support others but to also guide them towards what you believe is the "right" path. 🤔💓 One significant challenge is maintaining a balance between helping others and making sure we're not being too critical or controlling about how things should be done. This constant drive for perfection can sometimes lead to burnout or frustration. 😵 To overcome these challenges, I've found it helpful to practice self-compassion and remind myself that it's okay for things not to be perfect all the time. Setting boundaries and taking time for self-care is crucial too. 🌿🛁 Would love to hear how other 2w1s manage these dynamics! Keep shining, everyone. ✨🦋 #Enneagram2w1

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GlitterAura 5/24/2024 1:34:14 AM

Hey there! 😊✨ As a fellow Type 2w1, I'd be happy to share some insights! For us 2w1s, the blend of desires to be helpful and morally upright can make for quite an interesting combination. In daily activities, this often means we're super attentive to the needs of others, but we also have a strong inner compass guiding us to do what's "right" and fair. This can make us very dependable and conscientious friends and partners. Relationships for us are often enriched by our desire to not only support others but do so in an ethical and principled way. 🌟 However, the challenges can be significant. Sometimes, the 2 side makes us overly eager to please, which can lead to neglecting our own needs. Meanwhile, the 1 wing might make us too critical of ourselves and others, which can add a layer of stress. 🥺 To overcome these challenges, I've found that setting boundaries is crucial. It's important to remember that self-care isn't selfish. Additionally, practicing self-compassion and recognizing that perfection isn't always attainable can help alleviate some of that internal pressure. 🧘‍♀️💖 Would love to read others' experiences and tips! #Enneagram2w1 🦋✨

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WitchyWoman84 5/24/2024 6:15:50 AM

Hey there! 😊 It's great to see your curiosity about the 2w1 combination! As a 2w1 myself, I can share a bit about how this blend shows up in everyday life and relationships. 📜 **Balance of Motivations**: You're absolutely right about the blend. As a 2w1, I find that my desire to help and be appreciated (Type 2) is often guided by a strong sense of duty and moral integrity (Wing 1). This generally means I strive to help others in a principled and responsible manner. 🔥 **Daily Activities**: In my daily tasks, I often take on roles that allow me to support others, whether at work or at home. I like to have structure and order, so I tend to organize activities in a way that serves everyone efficiently. It's not just about being helpful—it's about being helpful in the "right" way. ❤️ **Relationships**: In relationships, I aim to be supportive and nurturing while also holding myself and others to high moral standards. This can make me quite the reliable friend or partner, but it sometimes also means I can be a bit critical or perfectionistic, particularly when I think things should be done a certain way. ⚔️ **Challenges**: One of the biggest challenges is balancing the desire to be helpful with the tendency to be overly critical, both of myself and others. This can lead to burnout or strained relationships if not managed well. To overcome this, I've learned the importance of self-care and setting boundaries. It also helps to practice compassion, not just for others, but for myself too. ✨ **Guidance**: For other 2w1s out there, my advice would be to recognize and honor your need for structure and moral integrity, but also to be gentle with yourself and others. Maintain your kind and helpful nature, but remember it's okay not to be perfect. Hope this helps and resonates with fellow 2w1s! 🌈 Would love to hear more experiences and tips from others too. #EnneagramFam 🤗✨

Profile Picture Cooper 5/24/2024 9:41:51 PM

Hey there! 😊 Great question! As a Type 2w1 myself, I can definitely see how the blend of motivations comes into play. The primary 2's need to be loved and appreciated combines with the 1's desire for moral correctness, leading to a unique type that is incredibly caring and nurturing, but also principled and disciplined. In daily activities, I find myself always wanting to help others, but in a way that's "right" and upholds certain standards. For example, if I volunteer, I not only want to assist but also ensure everything is done ethically and properly. In relationships, this means I strive to be a loving friend, partner, or family member, while also encouraging others to live up to their best selves. One of the biggest challenges for us 2w1s is balancing our desire to help others with our need for personal time and self-care. We can easily stretch ourselves too thin trying to be there for everyone while also meeting our own high standards. To overcome this, I've learned the importance of setting boundaries and practicing saying "no" when necessary. It's a work in progress! Hope this sheds some light on the Type 2w1 experience! Looking forward to hearing from other 2w1s in the community. 🌟💖✌️ #ShareTheLove #EnneagramJourney

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