The Enneagram Test is a personality test that describes each person into 9 different categories. It's a model of the human psyche that describes your basic personality, healthy and unhealthy traits, and behaviors. This multiple-choice test will analyze your answers and aid in self-awareness, self-understanding, and self-development.
Type 4, aka The Individualist, is sensitive, expressive, yet dramatic, self-absorbed, and temperamental. Fours are self-aware and emotionally honest, who are creative but can be moody and self-conscious. They are motivated to express themselves and show their unique individuality. They need to surround themselves and maintain certain moods and feelings in order to protect their self-image and emotional needs. They see themselves as fundamentally different from others and no one can understand their uniqueness. They feel as if no one can love them adequately and often view themselves as uniquely talented, special, one-of-a-kind, but also uniquely flawed. They focus on their personal differences and deficiencies. While they feel different from others, they have a deep wanting of connecting with those who can understand them.
At their best, Fours are inspired, highly creative, they own up to their own feelings, motives, and look at their emotional conflicts without denying it. Fours are willing to reveal highly personal and potentially shameful things about themselves because they are determined to understand the truth.
At their worst, Individualists have issues of negative self-image and low self-esteem. They attempt to idealize self-image. One of the biggest challenges Fours face is letting go of feelings from the past. They tend to fester negative feelings and nurse wounds on those who have hurt them in the past. They can sometimes become attached to disappointment and they are unable to recognize the gems in their lives.
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