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This is a discussion on Factors for Relationship Compatibility Using the Enneagram within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; Hmmm...in a way, my love map was influenced by how I grew up. It was actually from a lack of ...

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    Hmmm...in a way, my love map was influenced by how I grew up. It was actually from a lack of a father figure which helped me develop a view of what my ideal partner should look like. My SO is a 3w4 so he's very career focused-but he still can step back from it and realize he needs to relax and take time for family too.


    But, I do notice similar traits between my SO and my dad that I picked up on after reading this. So maybe there is truth to this after all! Definitely something to think about and look into further.
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  2. #82

    I'll admit it:

    I like that lovemap theory.

    I have noticed trends and similarities among girls that I like.
    Voice, behaviour, laidbackness. etc. you name it.

    It goes even futher.

    But all there is to say:
    His theory makes sense.

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    I know the thread is old, but I still want to share :P

    As a 4w3, I seem to get along the best with positive outlook group, followed by competency. Reactive types are nice when I first meet them, because we could relate to each other's insecurities. But once we really start to get closer and closer, we will be overwhelmed by the negative emotions.

    For example, my dad is a 6w5. I really really love him, but his insecurities and excessive worries would affect me and make me anxious as well. On the other hand, my best friends are 9w1 and 5w4, who are much more emotionally stable than I am. I love to spend time with them, because they make me feel calm and secure.
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  5. #84

    New here, but not new to MBTI. This 15 posts thing in order to get started is annoying.

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    Op, thank you so much for recommending this book. I now have no doubt that I am definitely a sexual subtype.
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  7. #86

    Hey,

    Hello to all, I just joined today.

    I am interested in finding a writing partner and I am wondering what personality types might best compliment mine. I am INTP and 5w4. Actually, my introversion is pretty low, I have worked as a bartender and server in the past and I identify with ENTP quite a bit. Anyway,
    my writing issue is deciding and sticking to a starting point without second guessing if it is the best place to start. Which type or types are creative AND prudent about the process? Who can get through the WHOLE draft and then make changes rather than thinking each scene has to be perfect before moving on??
    Any ideas?

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    That's awesome and very informative! :) Thank you so much. I was reading it and I was like "huh... that actually makes sense..." Because when I think about this and then think about my personal life, it explains a lot. XD I'll have to look into it more.

  10. #89

    I've definitely tried to use enneagram to decide how compatible I am with my partner, but in the end it can only be as accurate as the accuracy of best guess at his personality type

  11. #90

    Quote Originally Posted by Alliecg View Post
    I know the thread is old, but I still want to share :P

    As a 4w3, I seem to get along the best with positive outlook group, followed by competency. Reactive types are nice when I first meet them, because we could relate to each other's insecurities. But once we really start to get closer and closer, we will be overwhelmed by the negative emotions.

    For example, my dad is a 6w5. I really really love him, but his insecurities and excessive worries would affect me and make me anxious as well. On the other hand, my best friends are 9w1 and 5w4, who are much more emotionally stable than I am. I love to spend time with them, because they make me feel calm and secure.
    Yeah. I echo this. Fellow reactives can be great to share with but I'm not sure it would be a good idea for me to have a reactive partner. Actually I'm pretty sure it'd be really hard on both of us. The only combination I could see maybe working would be me and an 8w9, but that's mostly thanks to that 9 influence.

    I also love that my SO is sp-dominant, even though I'm sp-last. It's low energy cost for him to help me out when I'm falling on my face in the sp realm, and sometimes I'm useful for him at analyzing interpersonal situations.

    But I think the "lovemap" is really astute. I agree with that absolutely.


     
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