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Profile Picture Grace 6/16/2024 11:53:39 PM

Does anyone have tips on differentiating between types 1 and 6? 🧐 I'm struggling with identifying my core type accurately. Both seem to be driven by a sense of responsibility and anxiety, but I'm unsure how to pinpoint the key differences. Can someone provide practical examples or personal experiences that helped in distinguishing between these two types? Additionally, are there any common misunderstandings when self-assessing these types that I should be aware of? Thanks in advance!

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Profile Picture ZenithSeeker 6/16/2024 4:41:53 PM

🌀 Ever felt misunderstood because of your Enneagram type? Share your experiences! Let’s debunk common misconceptions and discover real success stories of overcoming them. What’s a myth about your type that you’ve challenged? How did you grow beyond it? Dive into the discussion and help us clear the air! Your insights could be the key someone else needs. Also, having issues with the forum? Check out our FAQs and troubleshooting tips or ask for help right here. Let’s make our community thrive together! 💬✨

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GoofyFeline 6/16/2024 6:52:21 AM

Lately, I've been struggling with constant overthinking and second-guessing every decision, especially at work. This has started to affect my confidence and productivity. I often feel overwhelmed and stuck in analysis paralysis. I know that understanding my Enneagram type better could help me address these issues. Can anyone share tips or experiences on how they managed similar challenges? Specific advice on FAQs and troubleshooting would be greatly appreciated.🌀 Thanks in advance!

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BestMistakeFandom 6/15/2024 8:22:37 PM

I'm new to the Enneagram and having trouble identifying my type. I've read a bit and taken some online tests, but I still feel uncertain about my core motivations and fears. Is it common to initially struggle with finding your type? What are some effective ways to better understand and differentiate between types? Any tips to help pinpoint the nuances or common misconceptions to be aware of? Would personal anecdotes or real-life examples help in gaining clarity? Looking forward to hearing your insights and experiences! 🙏 #Enneagram #Typology #Help

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i_boop_ur_nose 6/14/2024 9:36:48 PM

Hey everyone 😊, I've been diving deep into the Enneagram, and it's been quite a journey! However, I have some questions about common issues and frequently asked questions that many beginners (like me) might encounter. I figured this would be the best place to ask for advice from experienced members. 1. Are there any common misconceptions about the Enneagram that new learners should be aware of? 2. How do you deal with ambiguity when you identify with traits from multiple types? Any tips for narrowing it down? 3. What are the best strategies for self-observation without becoming overly critical of oneself? 4. How important is it to understand the "wings"? Should I focus on them right from the start? 5. Are there any recommended resources (books, websites, courses) for troubleshooting common Enneagram challenges? Thanks a bunch for any insights you can offer! 🌟 Looking forward to hearing about your experiences and tips. Cheers,

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TheNameIsOrange 6/14/2024 9:04:17 AM

Subject: FAQs and Troubleshooting for Enneagram Beginners ✨ Hi everyone! 👋 I've recently started diving into the Enneagram and I'm finding it incredibly insightful. However, as a beginner, I'm running into some common questions and troubleshooting areas that I'd love some guidance on: 1. **Typing Ambiguity**: How do you effectively distinguish between two close types? For example, I sometimes oscillate between Type 4 and Type 6 traits. Any tips for clarifying my primary type? 2. **Wings and Growth**: Can someone explain how wings influence our main type? Also, how to recognize markers of healthy growth vs. stress reactions? 3. **Common Pitfalls**: What are some frequent mistakes or misunderstandings newbies should watch out for? 4. **Resource Recommendations**: Any book, podcast, or online resource recommendations for deepening my understanding? Thanks for your help! Looking forward to diving deeper with your expertise. 😊🙏

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NeonIllusion 6/13/2024 11:14:06 PM

Hey everyone! 👋 I'm relatively new to the Enneagram and diving deep into understanding the nuances of each type. I've been going through some FAQs and troubleshooting guides, but I still have a few questions. For those more experienced, what are the most common misconceptions or mistakes you see newbies making when they're first learning about the Enneagram? 🧐 Also, are there any resources you'd recommend for troubleshooting mistyped results or getting unstuck when something doesn't quite resonate? Looking forward to your insights and any tips you can share! Thanks! 🙏

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Pretty_Butterfly 6/13/2024 12:53:33 PM

Hey everyone! 👋 I'm relatively new to the Enneagram community and absolutely fascinated by all the insights it offers. I've been diving deep into the FAQs but still have a few questions and need some troubleshooting help. 1. How do you accurately determine your core type, especially if you find that you resonate strongly with multiple types? 2. What should you do if your initial self-assessment keeps changing over time? Is this common or does it mean I'm not understanding the types correctly? 3. For those who've been on this journey for a while, what resources or practices helped you the most in solidifying your understanding of your type and avoiding common pitfalls? 4. Any tips for distinguishing between similar types or wings? I often find myself stuck between two types and it’s a bit confusing. 🤔 Looking forward to your insights and thank you in advance for your help! 🌟

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HoneycombMalls 6/13/2024 2:24:02 AM

Hey everyone! 😊 I'm relatively new to the world of Enneagram and have been diving into its complexities and nuances. While I've been reading up on the different types and their motivations, I've encountered some FAQs and a few troubleshooting issues that I could use some clarity on. 1. How do I accurately determine my Enneagram type? I've taken multiple tests and get varying results each time. Any tips on how to narrow it down effectively without getting confused? 2. When it comes to identifying my core fears and desires (key elements of each type), how do I differentiate between learned behaviors and my genuine motivations? 3. For those who have been practicing Enneagram self-work for a while: What are some common pitfalls or mistakes to avoid during the early stages of this journey? 4. How do I leverage my type's growth and stress points for personal development? I've read about the arrows, but I’m not entirely sure how to use them practically. Any insights, resources, or personal experiences you can share would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance for your help. 🙏 #Enneagram #Newbie #EnneagramHelp #SelfGrowth

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SingleGalInTheCity 6/12/2024 5:12:17 PM

Hi everyone! 👋 I'm diving into the world of Enneagram and have found it absolutely fascinating. However, I have a few questions and I'm hoping to get some insights from this knowledgeable community. 1. **Conflicting Types**: I've taken several tests and sometimes get different results. How do you reconcile conflicting type results? Are there more reliable sources or methods to determine your true type? 2. **Wings and Subtypes**: Can someone clarify how to identify wings and subtypes effectively? Are there specific traits or behaviors that typically signal one wing or subtype over another? 3. **Growth and Stress Points**: How do growth (integration) and stress (disintegration) points function in daily life? Are there ways to consciously harness these points for personal development? 4. **Mistyping Issues**: What are common reasons people might mistype themselves? Any tips for accurate self-assessment? Thanks in advance for your help!😊 Looking forward to your responses and any additional troubleshooting tips you might have for a newbie. Warm regards,

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