As I was mentioning in my introduction post, I've been recently contemplating the 3 Head Types (5, 6 and 7) in my tritype since I'm unsure which one fits me best since I can display some of the characteristics of each one. So, in order to ease into the process, I'll be describing some of the main traits that have been with me since childhood. Could you guys please give me a hand by telling me your insights with my description below?
Also, I identify most with Enneatype 4 and my prefered Gut Type is 9.
P.S.: Bold terms in sentence means that I'm accentuating it's importance.
In order of importance:
I'm very sensitive to criticism and feelings of incompetence, even when I'm discussing or doing something related to my interests;
Feelings of inadequacy and non-conformity has always been part of me, especially in social situations;
I've always been very critical of myself and tend to minimize my success while focusing on the negative or lack of performance/skill;
I secretly hate it when people gets to shine in an artistic area; even the feeling of watching someone performing awesomely is unbeareable at times;
I love to daydream and try to create something unique in all my art;
I will try to avoid any social event by fear of inadequacy and strongly prefer being indoors minding my own business;
If I'm not interested in a topic or subject and said topic requires sustained attention in my life (aka school/work), it will be quite difficult to concentrate and participate. I will need several breaks to maintain a steady concentration;
I love to weep over sad/dramatic music, anime, video game cutscences, etc. Anything that makes an intense emotional trigger will make me deeply satisfied;
I hate the mundane, ordinary everday life that seems to fill my environment. I sometimes ridicule 'normal' behavior when I see its 'boringness';
I love to act out before my friends and make them laugh to get their attention and feedback; I even have my own characters that over-emphasize neurotic traits like insecurity and mindlessness;
I don't like neutral or over-detached conversations 'cause it seems the person I'm talking is more in control/superior than I am;
I cannot stand control (even advice) form people, especially if I'm already angry or annoyed. I can act anywhere between unresponsive and petty/agressive before leaving the scene if the option's available;
I tend to be a know-it-all in various obscure topics and will not hesitate to boost my ego if said topic is brought upon conversation.
Again, thank you for reading this post and taking your time answering it. I really appreciate it.