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The Enneagram Types of Your Favorite Disney Characters

Are you an Ariel, Snow White, or Aladdin? In today’s article we’re going to take a look at the enneagram types of some of the most popular Disney characters! Keep in mind, Disney movies only give us a small glimpse of someone’s character. These are our best guesses for their Enneagram types – but…


Not sure what your child's enneagram type is? This article can help you to narrow it down! #enneagram #personality #enneatype

What's My Child's Enneagram Type? Tips for Finding Out!

An Introductory Guide to Finding Your Child's Enneagram Type When it comes to understanding your children, one of the best tools for doing this is the Enneagram. This in-depth system of typology helps you to determine your childhood wounds, core fears, core desires, and coping mechanisms. Today I’m…


Get an in-depth look at the unique struggles of the Enneagram Four personality type. #Enneatype #enneagram #four

7 Struggles of the Enneagram Four Personality Type

When you're blessed with originality and imagination but cursed with feeling different or misunderstood, you might be dealing with enneagram 4 struggles! The creative individualists of the Enneagram, Fours bring depth and authenticity into the world. While other types are consumed by their ego…


Get an in-depth look at how each #enneatype appears at their best and worst levels of health. #enneagram #one #two #four #five #six

The Best and Worst Versions of Every Enneagram Type

In the enneagram system of typology, each of us has different levels of health. An unhealthy Six, for example, is typically suspicious, paranoid, and riddled with unreasonable anxieties. A healthy six is courageous, comforting, and healthily skeptical. What are the best and worst versions of your…


Get an in-depth look at the unique childhood struggles of each #enneatype. #enneagram #personality

The Childhood Wounds of Every Enneagram Type

Each of us has unique childhood struggles that create patterns of behavior as we grow up. For some of us, we felt that we were better off if we stayed in the background. Speaking up would cause more harm than good. For others, we felt like we had to be hyper-responsible because our parents were…