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  1. What's my Enneagram type?
    I currently type as a core 4w5 with a 6w7 fix but I am having trouble deciding if I am an E1, E8 or an E9 with balanced wings... Prerequisites What age range are you in? - I am 20 Any disorders or conditions we should know about? - I have depression and GAD. Main Questions 1. What do you...
  2. ESFJ Forum - The Caregivers
    Maybe this is a weird question, I dont know. People enter my heart almost immediately and become important to me. When I get to know somebody knew I want to spend a lot of time with them and I think about them a lot. Honestly, how do I know the difference to when I fall in love? I sometimes...
  3. What's my Enneagram type?
    So, I've gotten more interested in enneagram over the past couple of days. I've made a few questionnaires in the past and I settled on 9w8 for a while, but it never fully resonated with me. Instead, I relate much more to all three of the head types. I've been typed as all three of them in the...
  4. General Psychology
    I am angry at times. there be fleeting emotions but I am never stuck in it. Unless tortured I can not imagine being discontent for longer than it would take me to say "quack quack quaaaaack!" maybe sanity and happiness requires a degree of lunacy. it certainly would seem that way, if by lunacy...
  5. Type 9 Forum - The Peacemaker
    9s have but two modes: working and not working. It is the heart of the world. -with 8s and 1s also!
  6. Intro
    :P lol thank you for coming in ! Well.. I see in many forums negative threads got more attention than the good ones, am I wrong ? Got my MBTI test last time was INFP, guess my personality change between INFJ and INFP from time to time because earlier when I know MBTI it was INFJ, and I must...
  7. Intro
    delete thread, double post :| slow internet
  8. INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    You know that phrase, "I'm my own worst enemy"? We seem to always protect ourselves from hurting other people, or from people hurting us, but sometimes I think we break our own hearts. Do you find that you set yourself up for failure, choose to be pessimistic, or anything similar? Not even sure...
  9. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    Stone faces, with shifting hearts. Voices weighted with bitter remarks. reaching fingers, and Dreams of sand. Drifting away into ruined lands. searching eyes, darkened minds. Looking for the perfect sign. Hearts become as marble floors, and souls closed up, tighter then locked doors...
  10. Blog
    The raging, greedy, jealous heart Though it has good intentions it is quick to start It lunges forward in pursuit Eager to navigate though lacking a route In the unsupervised hours it forages for food It knocks very slightly yet regrets to intrude It aches only to satiate its fervent...
  11. Science and Technology
    “Organ regeneration is a fascinating phenomenon that seemingly recapitulates the processes observed during development. However, despite our current understanding of how embryogenesis and development proceeds, the mechanisms preventing regeneration in adult mammals have remained elusive,” Read...
  12. Science and Technology
    Well, it worked on pigs, anyway. Read the article here: Transplanting gene into injured hearts creates biological pacemakers -- ScienceDaily "In the study, laboratory pigs with complete heart block were injected with the gene called TBX18 during a minimally invasive catheter procedure. On the...
  13. Type 5 Forum - The Investigator
    It's strange to be a 'feeling' type so strongly - well it's not strange but it is, if you know what I'm on about - to make decisions by the values in your heart and thought out intensely by your head; and then to be a strong 'thinking' type by this test!
  14. Type 4 Forum - The Individualist
    Growing up my father was (and is) distant, abusive, and a terrible substance user. I've always been closer with my mother who in an obvious way I inherited more personality traits from. Both being type 4s we are both very creative and romantic and this is what made our bond as I grew up. She has...
  15. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    I remeber I first got my heartbroken by a ESTP in 7th grade, I went home and sat in my room and sat there for hours. I didn't shed a single tear. I thought that by crying, it means that his blatant and publicized rejection got to me. I didn't like the thought of that. Someone hurting me that...
  16. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    When I was younger I always thought there was something wrong with me because whenever anything slightly out of the ordinary happened, I'd start shaking, my teeth would start chattering, and my heart would beat at the speed of a hunting cheetah. It still happens now and even at the littlest...
  17. Type 7 Forum - The Enthusiast
    I've spent the last 3 hours cleaning up my room. I had loud music playing for the first 20 minutes and then I realized that it might be better to turn the music off in order to be more "present." I think that worked, because I then felt a bit weighted down and gloomy. Whenever this happens, I...
  18. ENFJ Forum - The Givers
    To all my ENFJ brethren: This is my first thread, I wrote this simple poem for you, because 1. You're all awesome. 2. Of all the types, you deserve luv and praise the most. 3. You're probably the only ones on the planet that will get this anyway. If you're not an ENFJ and you get this anyway...
  19. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    How would an ENFP (specifically male) act when they like someone romantically? I'm often confused by the ENFP behavior because they have so much love for everyone all the time, and are so warm and bubbly the typical signs of attraction may not apply. One that I'm thinking of gets along with...
  20. Blog
    I love this quote by Edna St. Vincent Millay "Renascence" [1912] last lines: The world stands out on either side No wider than the heart is wide; Above the world is stretched the sky, --- No higher than the soul is high. The heart can push the sea and land Father away On either hand; The soul...
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