How do Enneagram Type-Eight people cope with the fear of abandonment?

Enneagram Type-Eight people shut themselves emotionally from other people because they think that it will make them secure and protected as no one can take advantage of them.  They should instead learn to be generous and forgiving. They should let their guard down sometimes and reveal their inner selves to others. (Don Richard Riso; Russ […]

How do Enneagram Type-Eight people cope with co-living?

Enneagram Type-Eight personalities like to be independent and in control. They value their freedom and may not be willing to open up to others. Type eight persons should understand that not every person is going to exploit them. They should permit others to connect with them and show affection to them. (Don Richard Riso; Russ […]

How do Enneagram Type-Seven people cope with depression?

People who have an Enneagram Type-Seven personality may be tempted to consume intoxicants like alcohol, psychotropics, painkillers, or narcotics. They may try to wear themselves out physically. Instead, type seven individuals should try loving-kindness meditation or involve themselves in charitable causes to get in touch with their inner selves and overcome depression. (Don Richard Riso; […]

How do Enneagram Type-Seven people cope with career choice?

Enneagram Type-Seven people keep on trying out new things until they have found something that brings excitement and contentment to them. Type seven individuals usually are the first to try out new career paths. They should be careful to not switch their careers just out of curiosity and boredom too often. (Don Richard Riso; Russ […]

How do Enneagram Type-Five individuals cope with the fear of abandonment?

Enneagram Type-Five individuals can cope with the fear of abandonment by trusting people and letting them know what they need. Type-Five individuals tend to overthink situations as they have high mental activity. They are also not as expressive verbally as other people. They should learn to put their trust in other people and be optimistic. […]

How do Enneagram Type-Five individuals cope with depression?

Enneagram Type-Five individuals benefit immensely from walking, meditating, yoga, and jogging.” These practices will bring a sense of tranquility to these individuals who have high mental activity levels. Adequate nutrition, along with enough sleep and abstinence from drugs, will help them get their back on track easier. (Don Richard Riso; Russ Hudson, 2000) #bookad

How do Enneagram Type Four people cope with depression?

Enneagram Type Four persons may turn to intoxicants, depressants, or drugs for dealing with their anxiety, which further complicates their problems. Type four individuals should consider practicing meditation or yoga, as well as practicing hobbies like painting, sculpting, or wood carving, all of which calm their minds. (Don Richard Riso; Russ Hudson, 2000) #bookad

How do Enneagram Type Four people cope with the fear of abandonment?

Enneagram Type Four people may maintain an egoistic appearance even though secretly, they want to be loved and appreciated. Type four persons must realize that people around them understand them and will help them without being judgmental. They don’t need to maintain an egoistic frontage for feeling worthy. (Don Richard Riso; Russ Hudson, 2000) #bookad

How do Enneagram Type Three persons cope with depression?

Enneagram Type Three persons need to feel exceptional in what they do and how they look. It can cause them to experience stress. They live an active lifestyle and may exhaust themselves to counter depression. They might also use stimulants or starve themselves. Type three persons will find spiritual practices like meditation or charity helpful. […]

How Enneagram Type Two people cope with the fear of abandonment?

Type two persons should focus on nurturing themselves and endorse their value without depending on others. They should do something for themselves once in a while instead of letting their lives revolve around other people. (Don Richard Riso; Russ Hudson, 2000) #bookad