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Enneagram Feeling Center: Types 2, 3, 4

Take a quick Enneagram “test” at www.enneagramtest.net.

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Learn even more information from the Enneagram Institute at https://www.enneagraminstitute.com/how-the-enneagram-system-works.

We continue the conversation with Melissa Kincheloe, Licensed Mental Health Professional, who shares strengths, weaknesses, and more about each Enneagram Type. She states it best, “Our Enneagram is about our growth, where we can begin to do our work to become better versions of ourselves.”

This episode highlights the Feeling Center of the Enneagram, with Types 2, 3, and 4.

Feeling centers tend to wrestle with shame. They are concerned with the love of false self and self-image, and identity and sometimes hostility and are often seeking attention. Listen to more to discover their strengths.