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  1. Superego relationships in romance?

    Socionics Forum
    What do you think about it? I am especially curious about the EIE-LSE dynamic if you have any insight. If not, just tell me your thought about romantic superego relationships in general. Thank you.
  2. [Enneagram Type 7] Guilt

    Type 7 Forum - The Enthusiast
    Does this sound accurate to you, 7s? I suspect tritype and wing would affect how prominent this voice is (7w6 and 1 fixed 7s will probably feel it more strongly than 8 fixed/wing, for example) but this does make a lot of sense, at least from my perspective as a 1. It would also partially...
  3. Game of Thrones and its psychological fuck uppery

    General Psychology
    Game of Thrones is a rather interesting tv show, yes it is complex superficially - in terms of the story line and the history of the houses but it is also complex in terms of its entertainment value and impressions on the viewer. I state this given the reason that throughout history, sex and...
  4. Projections by Enneagram Type

    Enneagram Personality Theory Forum
    The shadows are repressed/rejected qualities/traits that are often unconscious and not consistent with ones identity (sense of self), or that are split-off/not integrated in oneself. PROJECTED TRAITS (see Direction of Integration) These traits or qualities are usually unconscious or not...
  5. [Enneagram Type 1] When your expectations are not met...

    Type 1 Forum - The Reformer
    ... but you know they're just too high, unrealistic and are making you loose nice experiences and opportunities. Still, you can't get rid of your conscience telling you, over and over, that it's not good enough. I bet all of you guys, 1s like me, pass through things like this once in a while...
  6. The Freudian Theory of Enneagram

    Articles
    The Freudian Theory of Enneagram by timeless I. Overview The Enneagram is a personality typing system that consists of nine distinct types. These types are distinct because they each possess unique fears and desires. Enneagram theorists use these core personality features to create type...
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