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Enneagram Two - The Helper


- Skye Burgess


What is the Enneagram?

The Enneagram is a fascinating and insightful tool for personal development and self-discovery.


It's a system of nine different personality types, each with its own unique set of characteristics, motivations, strengths, and weaknesses.

The Enneagram is a map of the human psyche, with each of the nine types representing a different path to understanding ourselves and our place in the world.

The Enneagram not only helps us to identify our own personality type, but also provides us with a deeper understanding of how our thoughts, emotions, and behaviours are interconnected.

By exploring the Enneagram, we can gain a new perspective on our own personality and the personalities of those around us.


Enneagram 2


A warm and caring personality type known for their generosity, empathy, and desire to make a difference in the lives of others. People with a Two Enneagram type have a strong sense of selflessness and often put the needs of others before their own. They are natural nurturers and enjoy helping those around them in any way they can.


One interesting aspect of the Two Enneagram type is their ability to read and respond to the emotional needs of others. They have a keen sense of empathy and can often anticipate what someone needs before they even ask. This can make them excellent friends, partners, and caregivers.


However, the desire to be helpful and appreciated can sometimes lead Twos to become overly attached to those they care about, neglecting their own needs and desires.




They may also struggle with boundary issues and have trouble saying no, leading to feelings of resentment and burnout.


Despite these challenges, Twos are an important part of the Enneagram community, bringing a sense of compassion and understanding to those around them. They are natural peacemakers and often bring people together in times of conflict. Their desire to help others and make the world a better place is truly inspiring, and they are a valuable asset to any community or organization.

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