Enneagram Overview: Three Groups of Three: Eights, Nines, Ones

In the Enneagram’s organization, Twos, Threes and Fours form an ‘emotional trio’ as do Fives, Sixes and Sevens and then Eights, Nines and Ones. The personality styles in each of these groups share childhood themes, emotional habits and general worldviews.  Eights, Nines, Ones – Confusion of Thinking Eights, Nines and Ones usually have no inherent
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Enneagram Keys to Change: Type Ones

Ones may be motivated to change for a number of reasons. Presenting problems to therapists and counselors can include: depression, a sense of maladaptation or melancholy, creeping alcoholism, romantic instability, feeling driven, a desire for stress reduction or wanting a spouse to change. Since Ones have trouble knowing when they are angry and rarely realize
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