Hurley & Dobson - What's My Type?
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Two: The Helper

Deception: Capability (Pride)
Pseudo-deception: Neediness
Antidote: Humility
Pseudo-antidote: Helping
Illusion of Reality: Winning love
Self-justification: "I make others happy."
Time Orientation: Respond to the needs of the present
Approach to Problem Solving: Dependent: "I relate."
Relationship to Life: Way of Subjugation: "I meet life head on."

Questions

  1. Are you so sensitive and responsive to the pain in people around you that others might good-naturedly refer to you as a "mind reader" or "psychic"?
  2. Do you find it difficult to limit the time or energy you spend when others seem to need you?
  3. Do you struggle with organization in your personal life -- starting many projects but following through on very few?
  4. Is it difficult for you to judge how much time is appropriate for youself or others to focus on meeting personal needs without becoming selfish?
  5. Are you a flexible, accepting person who seldom, if ever, finds strictly right or wrong answers to life's problems?
  6. In personal relationships, does your dedication to finding creative ways of expressing your affection often collide with feelings of resentment over being taken for granted?
  7. Do you quickly become agitated or "stressed out" when doing tasks that focus on theoretical, objective issues that are devoid of any interpersonal dimension?
  8. No matter where you are -- on the job, shopping, on vacation, at a restaurant, at a party -- do you seem to attract people, even perfect strangers, who pour out their hearts or tell you their life stories?
  9. Do you gain a sense of personal fulfillment at helping others achieve their goals?

Kathleen V. Hurley & Theodore E. Dobson

What's My Type?
Use the Enneagram System of Nine Personality Types to Discover Your Best Self
HarperSanFrancisco, 1991, 186 pages