So, I know I'm a 5 enneagram for sure. Whenever I read descriptions of always wanting to be capable and competent and feeling like I had to develop competencies to be prepared to face life's challenges, it sounds like the story of my life. But I am unsure of my wing type. I see both wings in me, but I feel like I may lean towards being a 4. But do 4's care a lot about what people think? I didn't even realize how much I cared about this until some time ago. I remember back in grade school how I was always driven by a desire to prove other people wrong, as I constantly felt people were getting inaccurate assessments of who I was as a person. It used to frustrate me, because I thought that I was constantly being misunderstood, but that people weren't really basing their assessments of who I was off of accurate data-usually it was superficial, surface level things without actually getting to know me (and these assessments they made were almost always inaccurate). Of course, now I know these old ideas of wanting to prove people wrong were usually a waste of my time, mental energy, and resources, although every now and then the slight urge to want to prove people wrong still comes. And I do feel like my relentless pursuit of knowledge and truth is tied heavily to a desire for personal meaning and authenticity, which is apparently a 5w4 thing. But do 4's care this much about what other people think of them, and could it really influence my core 5 enneagram to such a degree? Perhaps being an INTJ somehow influences this?