Many of us have taken the Myers-Briggs personality test. This weekend, my bff and I started talking about the Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator (RHETI v2.5)… the Enneagram test. There are nine basic personality types that you could be: The Reformer, The Helper, The Achiever, The Individualist, The Investigator, The Loyalist, The Enthusiast, The Challenger, The Peacemaker.
BFF had to take the official version of test. I had taken the free version. We knew about where I laid in comparison. Add on the descriptions of what each type was, and I was fairly confident…I was a 2 – The Helper.
Today, I’m still thinking about it, so I decide to pay the $12 and take the official test. My top scores? The Individualist – 25. The Helper – 25. The Peacemaker – 22. The Loyalist – 22.
My highest score was a tie. My second highest score was a tie.
I don’t know enough about it yet to determine if this is common or not, but I feel like it might have something to do with the constant emotions and thoughts going around in my head!
I love learning…especially when it comes to my thoughts and my feelings. Even with the work of therapy, there is so much going on inside. There is so much that I have to learn and try to understand. I want the answers. I want to know how to use my strengths and weaknesses. I want to know how I can better relate to myself. I want to know how I can feel more and articulate more.